Think your heart's age is the same as yours? Not necessarily

[WCCO-AM, September 12, 2015] A new study by the Center for Disease Control says men's hearts are about eight years older than they are. Women's are about five years older than they really are. Elizabeth Grey, MD, cardiologist with Minneapolis Heart Institute at Abbott Northwestern Hospital, explains how that could be and the best ways to keep your heart young.

Posted on September 12, 2015 in Abbott Northwestern HospitalHeart/CardiovascularRadioWCCO

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