UnityPoint Health–Trinity Brings Heart to Heart to Muscatine

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Muscatine Living

UnityPoint Health–Trinity continues its commitment to getting people on the right track to living more heart healthy with the upcoming Heart to Heart Community Education Series event on Oct.25.

Param Singh, MD, Cardiovascular Medicine, P.C., will present “ABCD’s of Preventing Heart Disease” on Oct. 25 at 5:30 p.m. at Musser Public Library in Muscatine.

“Heart to Heart teaches people how simple lifestyle changes can make a serious and lasting impact on heart health,” says Singh.

Heart to Heart is an ongoing free community educational series to help improve heart health in the Quad Cities. The free series continues to attract dozens of attendees who are interested in learning more about heart disease prevention and treatment.

“We hear from participants that the information they learned helped them eat healthier, lose weight and feel better about their overall health,” says Kathy Pulley, Director of Cardiology Services at UnityPoint Health–Trinity.

What: “ABCD’s of Preventing Heart Disease” presented by Param Singh, MD, Cardiovascular Medicine, P.C.

When: Tuesday, Oct. 25 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Where: Musser Public Library, 408 East 2nd St, Muscatine, IA 52761

Why: UnityPoint Health – Trinity’s cardiology program is dedicated to improving the health of people in the Quad Cities area through community education and high-quality prevention and treatment services.

Cost: Free but limited seats are available. Register at unitypoint.org/heart2heart

“The UnityPoint Health – Trinity Heart Center department is committed to making the Quad Cities a healthier place and this session will empower attendees to live a healthier life,” says Pulley.

This event is presented free of charge thanks to the generosity of Trinity Health Foundation donors.

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