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NURSE PRACTITIONERS PUBLISH WOMEN’S HEART BOOK

Monday, February 16, 2009 General News J E 4
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HEARTSTRONG, LLC 6-05 Saddle River Road #353, Fair Lawn, New Jersey 07410 For interviews, book signings, or more information contact: Margie Latrella or Carolyn Strimike 888.343.2780 info@heart-strong.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FAIR LAWN, NJ - February 16, 2009 - NURSE PRACTITIONERS PUBLISH WOMEN’S HEART BOOK Women work, clean, cook, take care of children, spouses, parents, pets – but sometimes forget to take care of themselves. Their knowledge about health often comes from a two minute news report or short article. But every week there is some new research report telling us what we need to do. What the authors have done is compile a concise, easy reference book for women who are too busy to spend hours searching for this valuable information. They want to help women learn about their risks as early as possible and to develop heart healthy lifestyles that will allow them to live longer, healthier lives. About the Authors Margie Latrella Carolyn Strimike are nationally recognized cardiac nurse practitioners specializing in the prevention of heart disease and stroke. Combined, they have over 40 years of nursing experience in Cardiology. The main goal of their work is to counsel, motivate and empower women to adopt healthy lifestyle choices. The authors have written dozens of articles and research papers in the field of cardiology, are the recipients of numerous awards, have appeared on television and have educated thousands of women about adopting heart-healthy habits. Book Summary Title: Take Charge: A Woman’s Guide to a Healthier Heart Authors: Carolyn Strimike and Margie Latrella Publisher: Dog Ear Publications ISBN: 978-159858-798-2 Softcover, black & white, 6” x 9”, 98 pages, US$14.95 Table of contents and more details are available from www.heart-strong.com/ Available today from Heartstrong, LLC, and major on-line booksellers. # # # # # #
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