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Thriving in the Face of Heart Disease

Kulpreet Barn, MD
Kulpreet Barn, MD, Medical Director of the Advanced Heart Failure Center

The human heart beats about 2.5 billion times over the average lifetime, pushing millions of gallons of blood to every part of the body according to the American Heart Association. Quite the workload! So, it might seem perfectly natural that a heart would eventually have trouble keeping up. But heart failure is not inevitable, and more often happens because of poor diet and lack of exercise, smoking, infection, diabetes, and other underlying issues that cause damage to the heart muscle. To thrive in spite of a failing heart, you’ll need some help from Dr. Kulpreet Barn and South Jersey’s complete heart failure treatment center. He appeared on “Hurley in the Morning” to discuss all of the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of heart failure.

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