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Thoroughly accessible to readers of all backgrounds, Be Heart Smart: Understand, Treat, and Prevent Coronary Heart Disease will prove especially invaluable to anyone with a family history of CHD or already diagnosed. Here are tips for a healthy diet, recommendations for exercise routines, warning signs and symptoms of CHD, plain talk about treatment and rehabilitation plans, and much more. Highly recommended! It should be noted for personal reading lists that Be Heart Smart is also available in a Kindle edition ($3.99).

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Be Heart Smart is a comprehensive analysis of the risk factors, diagnostic evaluation, and treatment of coronary heart disease. It should be read by anyone with a family history of a heart attack or a fear of experiencing one. If everyone in the United States followed the recommendations, tens of thousands of lives would be saved each year.

– Robert Pearl, MD, bestselling author of Mistreated: Why We Think We’re Getting Good Health Care and Why We’re Usually Wrong

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Dr. Khan has distilled the complexities of heart disease to make them easily understandable by the layperson—our patients. It is well-written, informative, and fun to read. It offers excellent advice, which reflects the experience and good judgment of the author. I highly recommend this for all patients with heart and vascular problems.

– Mahesh Ramchandani MD, FRCS, Chief of Cardiac Surgery at DeBakey Heart and Vascular Center at Houston Methodist Hospital

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Dr. Khan is a terrific writer, and his book on heart health is the best I’ve read—clear, focused, and friendly. I intend to read it regularly to maintain my heart. I was especially happy to see him point to depression as a problem. As I would put it, the soul, not just the body, can have a heart attack.

– Thomas Moore, author of the New York Times bestseller Care of the Soul 

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A writer’s most challenging task is to take a complicated, angst-ridden subject, and render it simple and even enjoyable. Dr. Khan has accomplished this feat with the human heart. Consider this book the essential owner’s manual for that life-sustaining machine.

– Jay Heinrichs, author of the New York Times bestseller Thank You for Arguing

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Be Heart Smart is the practical, pragmatic, down-to-earth book for patients that every cardiology patient should read, and every cardiologist wishes they had written. I’m definitely purchasing copies for my family!

– Halee Fischer-Wright, MD, CEO of the Medical Group Management Association and bestselling author of Back to Balance

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Be Heart Smart is written by a very experienced physician who has been diagnosing and treating patients for many years. This book shares real-life experiences that Dr. Khan has had with patients with different forms of coronary artery disease and informs patients about causes, consequences, optimal treatments, and efforts to prevent them. I recommend this book to all patients who have coronary artery disease and for their family and friends.

– James T. Willerson, MD, President Emeritus of Texas Heart Institute, former editor of the American Heart Association journal Circulation, Past-President of the University of Texas Health Science Center, and author of numerous books, including Coronary Artery Disease and Cardiovascular Medicine

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Be Heart Smart is easy to read and well-directed at the layman—very comprehensive for the patient concerned about CHD.

– Morton J. Kern, MD, Past President of Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions and author of The Cardiac Catheterization Handbook

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This is a practical guide to help individuals understand the signs and symptoms of heart disease and the approach to both treat and prevent heart disease.

– Christie Ballantyne, MD, Chief of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Research at Baylor College of Medicine

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Dr. Khan has delivered a valuable read for anyone concerned about heart health. Clear, well organized, and potentially life-saving information is presented in an easy-to-understand format. Well done!

– Rick Kirschner, MD, bestselling author of How to Deal with Difficult People

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This excellent book is written with great clarity in a way that a lay readership can gain a better understanding of the protocols for treating and possibly reducing the risk of developing heart disease.

– Marcus Conyers, PhD, author of Positively Smarter: Science and Strategies for Increasing Happiness, Achievement, and Well-Being