Among adults in the United States, treatment of hypertension is the most common reason for office visits and use of chronic prescription medications. Our guest is a leading Cardiologist who specializes in the prevention of heart disease with a focus on risk assessment, blood pressure and cholesterol management, and lifestyle modification
Helene L. Glassberg, MD
– Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
– Director Pre-operative Cardiac Clinic, Penn Medicine
Head Coach of LaSalle University’s Women’s Basketball, Mountain MacGillivray lives up to his name. He brings the same message to his team of athletes that he shares with his team of eight children – Work as a team and the reward will be much greater than if you focus on yourself. Recently his two year old Emily was diagnosed with leukemia. Now faced with his toughest opponent to date, Coach Mountain is lifted by the teamwork of his family, friends, and the basketball community, and shows his gratitude by raising funds to fight childhood cancers.
Each week we highlight the Real Champions in your life! Your family, friends, or colleagues who go the extra mile to help others in their community. Know someone who should be featured? Nominate them now!
Marianne T. Ritchie, MD was one of the first female gastroenterologists practicing in the Philadelphia area. An advocate for over 30 years, Dr. Ritchie developed the PINKPLUS triple cancer screening program, and the BLUE LIGHTS CAMPAIGNfor Colon Cancer Awareness.
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