Fact and Fiction for the Heart – Book Review

The Constant Heart

Fiction

By Craig Nova

This book reminds us to follow and trust our heart. Join a father and son as they tackle many of their toughest issues together: marriage, job, and childhood dreams. This book is an inspiring story that celebrates the bonds of family, and explores the meaning of love and doing what is right even when misfortune knocks at the door. Craig Nova, is an award-winning author of twelve novels and one autobiography. He has received an Award in Literature from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters and is a recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship. In 2005 he was named Class of 1949 Distinguished Professor in the Humanities at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro.

 

Heart 411

Nonfiction

By Drs. Marc Gillinov and Steven Nissen

heart411book.blogWhen it comes to heart care asking questions is key. Heart 411, puts you in touch with the information you need to know to optimize your heart health. Billed as the Only guide to heart health you’ll ever need, the book covers the basics, plans for prevention, and even how emotions affect your heart. The authors write as if they were your family physician, and provide down-to-earth explanations to questions about heart care. This book is right off the presses and the authors use information they have discovered through years of clinical experience, as well as, the latest facts learned through research on the heart.

You can also check out this Experts Blog – Coffee, Tea and Heart Health written by the authors of the book.

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