By Jonathan Sackner Bernstein, M.D. Published Aug. 24, 2004 10:12 p.m.
This manifesto could save your life. Every single one of us is at risk of heart attack and disease, and a simple daily regimen can help stave off such heart problems, says Dr. Jonathan Sackner-Bernstein. A well-respected cardiologist and lecturer, Dr. Sackner-Bernstein has extensively investigated the effects of betablockers on patients with heart failure. The results are so encouraging, and the regimen so safe, that he advocates it to almost anyone. The hidden signs of heart problems begin in your 20s, and Dr. Sackner-Bernstein's findings and advice are helping people live longer, healthier lives. Find out how.
About Jonathan Sackner Bernstein, M.D. | Jonathan Sackner Bernstein, M.D., is the Director of Clinical Research and Director of the Heart Failure Prevention Program at North Shore Hospital on Long Island, New York and an internationally recognized investigator. Dr. Sackner Bernstein played a pivotal role in proving the e?ectiveness of betablockers for patients with heart failure. He lectures internationally, publishes his research widely and serves as a reviewer for several leading medical journals. Dr. Sackner Bernstein serves on the guidelines committee for the Heart Failure Society of America.