Health & Wellness

HMC Hosts Info Session on Doctor's 'Reversing Heart Disease' Program


RARITAN TWP., NJ – Heart disease is Hunterdon County’s second-biggest killer. But did you know that heart disease can be stopped ... and even reversed?

Hunterdon Healthcare, the corporate parent of Hunterdon Medical Center, recently launched the Dr. Dean Ornish Program for Reversing Heart Disease. This program is nationally recognized through the results of more than 25 years of peer-reviewed, published research for reversing the progression of heart disease.

Hunterdon Healthcare will host a free information session on the Ornish Reversal Program on April 19.

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The program will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. on the first floor of Hunterdon Medical Center in Meeting Room A/B. 

Participants in this education session will learn how this program can optimize their  health and the research behind the Ornish reversal program, the four key elements of this program - nutrition, exercise, stress management, and social support - details of the program, medical coverage criteria and how to join. Refreshments from the Ornish Reversal program will be served.

This information session is free and open to everyone. To register for the program, visit eventbrite or call 908-788-6157.

If you need special accommodations with hearing or vision issues to participate in HMC program, e-mail Kathleen Seelig or call her at 908-788-6515.

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