It’s Heart Disease Awareness Month!

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States for both men and women. It accounts for nearly 610,000 deaths each year. A fatal heart attack is actually the first symptom reported in 55% of all cases. The good news is it’s preventable!

Join The Magaziner Center for Wellness for “Heart Disease Prevention: Strategies To Keep Your Heart Healthy”. This free workshop will be an informative discussion on understanding the root cause of heart disease, identifying the risk factors, and what you can do to prevent it. The discussion will be lead by Dr. Allan Magaziner, with special guest Dominique Adair, Boston Heart Diagnostics Clinical Consultant.

Space is Limited – Register Today!

Where: Magaziner Center for Wellness
1907 Greentree Road
Cherry Hill, NJ 08003

When: Wednesday, February 28th, 2018 at 7:00 PM

Cost: Free – This one’s on us!

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Boston Heart Diagnostics Clinical Consultant, Northeast Region

Dominique is well known for her contribution to cardiovascular and cardiometabolic disease management as a part of clinical treatment teams and as a medical educator. She holds a board certification in lipidology (Clinical Lipid Specialist) and brings to the conversation a sophisticated understanding of the identification, diagnosis and interventions to treat cardiovascular and other metabolic diseases. Additionally, Dominique has worked extensively with the entertainment industry and with collegiate and professional athletes, specializing in evidenced-based performance nutrition without compromising optimal health.

Dominique serves as an advisor and on-air commentator to electronic and print media including the traditional commercial broadcast television networks, as well as CNBC, CNN and others. She recently partnered with Dr. Oz and ShareCare, making wellness and healthy weight a realistic and accessible goal for hundreds of thousands of people via a digital educational and cloud-based support arena. Dominique has contributed to the development of local and national health policy by serving on numerous boards, including her present position on the American Council on Exercise’s Scientific Advisory Panel.

A Registered Dietitian, Dominique earned her undergraduate degree at Barnard College/Columbia University and master’s degree in clinical nutrition from City University of New York, graduating from both with Phi Beta Kappa honors. She is also a Mayo Clinic trained Tobacco Treatment Specialist. Dominique lives with her 14-year-old son in New York and enjoys running, cooking and helping anyone make a lifelong commitment to a healthy lifestyle.