Learn Your Family’s Heart History

Flagstaff Business News–Ghost-written by Gail G. Collins for Omar Wani, MD, interventional cardialogist

Relatives enjoy gathering around the grill in the summer for birthdays, holidays or just to stay connected. This connection follows us, especially when it comes to our health. Like our blue eyes, our parents and grandparents can pass on the likelihood for disease. These include birth defects, diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer, stroke, or cardiovascular problems as well as more sensitive issues like mental illness and learning disabilities. But discovering our family health histories allows us to take action and watch for signs of trouble. Continue reading “Learn Your Family’s Heart History”