Charlotte Libov talks heart health to the U.S. Army on Valentine's Day

On Valentine's Day, Author and National Speaker Charlotte Libov heads to the U.S. Army War College to tell the military how to prevent heart disease in women. She'll also talk about preventing stroke, diabetes, breast cancer, and more.
Heart Health Speaker Charlotte Libov
Heart Health Speaker Charlotte Libov
Jan. 25, 2011 - PRLog -- Author and National Speaker Charlotte Libov marches off to the U.S. Army War College in February to tell the military how to protect the hearts of their female soldiers and spouses from heart disease and heart attacks.

The U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, Pa., is the U.S. Army's most senior institution. it caters to high-level military and civilian leaders, training them for strategic positions around the glove.

Libov is a heart disease survivor, award-winning author and national speaker on the topic of preventing heart disease in women.

"I am honored to be the Valentine's Day speaker at the U.S. Army War College. I applaud the military for its commitment in spreading information about heart disease, which is the Number One killer of American women."

She will also speak on how preventing heart disease also protects against stroke, diabetes, breast cancer, lung cancer, bone thinning and more.

"If you protect yourself against heart disease, you protect your whole body as well. It's that simple," says Libov.

Libov is the author of five books. Her first book, "The Woman's Heart Book," was made into a PBS special. She has spoken at more than 50 hospitals, businesses, and organizations around the country.

Her most recent book is "A  Woman's Guide to Heart Attack Recovery." For more details:

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