The Human Heart

by Laura Ellis on May 12, 2010

The eighth wonder of the world can be found right inside each of us. It is about the size of two fists and beats about 100,000 times a day. It is what’s keeping us alive at this very moment. How does it work? What can we do to keep it healthy? What can go wrong? Join us on Thursday as we answer these questions and pay tribute to the hardest worker we know: the human heart.  Listen to the Show

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Julie May 13, 2010 at 1:56 pm

I’d been diagnosed with mitro valve prolapse some years ago and recently was told by my dentist that anti-biotics were no longer necessary. Can you tell me why you say it’s still required before going to the dentist? Thanks.

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