Heart-to-Heart: Keeping Your Physical and Emotional Hearts Healthy

Did you know there's a strong connection between heart health and your emotional well-being? When depression, anxiety, and everyday stress become overwhelming, it can put added strain on your heart. Virtua cardiologist, Rozy Dunham, MD, and renowned holistic health coach, Karen Wolfe, provided tips on how to keep your mind calm and your heart healthy during this Real Talk! Women’s Health Chat.

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