(HealthDay News) -- Cardiac rehabilitation can help strengthen
the heart and improve overall health after a heart attack,
angioplasty, coronary bypass, heart valve replacement or another
The American College of Cardiology says goals of cardiac rehab
Speeding and improving recovery.
Lowering risk factors for heart disease, including diabetes,
obesity, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
Encouraging you to make healthy lifestyle changes.
Improving your overall health and quality of life.
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