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Winter can be hard on your heart

Posted on by Dana M Weinstein, DO

 

Did you know that shoveling snow or even walking through snow drifts can put a strain on your heart? In the video below, Dr. Dana Weinstein, a cardiologist with The Heart Group of Lancaster General Health, talks about important steps you can take to protect your heart over the cold winter months...and throughout the year.

Learn 6 ways to protect your heart from the perils of cold weather, along with warning signs of heart attack that everyone should know.

Click here to learn about your heart health risks.

 | The Heart Group of Lancaster General Health

Dana M. Weinstein, DO, is a cardiologist with The Heart Group of Lancaster General Health. A graduate of Franklin & Marshall College and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, Dr.Weinstein has special interest in heart disease in women, and risk reduction. During her cardiovascular fellowship at Baystate Medical Center, Dr. Weinstein was active in a community educational program on healthy living, nutrition, exercise, and stress reduction.

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