February 2009


Annual Heart Health Issue
It all starts with the heart: You can’t enjoy vibrant well-being if your cardiovascular system
isn’t up to snuff. That’s why ET covers cardiac health in February, when Valentine’s Day
reminds us of heartfelt love—and which is officially recognized as American Heart Month.

 

FEatures

Jennie Garth Speaks from the Heart

Education is a big part of actress Jennie Garth’s life on and off screen. The “90210” star’s most personal effort: educating women about the dangers posed by heart disease.

System Alert!
You’ve heard the old saying, “Forewarned is forearmed”? That’s true when it comes to your heart–and the early warning signs that could spell big trouble ahead.

Creating a Health Team
Whatever ails you may require the attention of several health practitioners, but getting them to talk to each other can be tough. Here’s how one patient handled this often-thorny issue.

D for Defense
Vitamin D’s reputation shines more brightly than ever as research links the sunshine vitamin—and new nutritional superstar— to heart health, cancer protection and more.



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Malady Makeover
Bright smile, healthy heart.

Supplement Savvy
Oat bran’s cholesterol-fighting secret.

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