“Heart Health at Any age” is a presentation starting with the basics of the heart and how it works to understand what strategies will improve its health including targets to reach while exercising and overall approaches to a heart healthy diet that will drastically reduce the likelihood of heart attacks and strokes. It doesn’t matter what your starting point is, there will always be a benefit to using these strategies in improving your health at any age that you start.
Dr. Harb will provide tips for a healthy heart and the importance of being proactive at any age.
Advance registration required.
Dr. Harb N. Harb is a non-invasive cardiologist working at North Shore University Hospital, which is affiliated with Hofstra University within the Northwell Health System in New York. He completed medical school at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine in Iowa, internal medicine at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, and cardiovascular medicine at Henry Ford Health System in Michigan. Dr. Harb moved to New York City, choosing a career path in academic medicine as an assistant professor at the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell. He teaches and works with cardiovascular fellows, internal medicine residents, as well as medical students. He is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology (FACC) and American board-certified in internal medicine, general cardiology, echocardiography and stress-testing, nuclear cardiology, and maintains his certification as a registered physician in vascular interpretation (RPVI). Dr. Harb obtained graduate masters education in public health and business administration to effectively participate and contribute to healthcare capacity-building initiatives throughout the world in conjunction with relevant organizations.