Depression and Heart Disease: Chicken and the Egg, and What You Can Do

Featuring:

Valerie Hoover, PhD
Consumer
Topic
Anxiety and Depression
November 15, 2017

This webinar provides an overview of heart disease and discusses the latest research findings on the links between depression and heart disease.  The webinar also discusses what individuals can do now to reduce their overall cardiac risk.

Presenter(s) Biography

Valerie Hoover, PhD

Valerie Hoover, PhD

Valerie Hoover, PhD is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Instructor in the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine at Stanford University, School of Medicine.  Dr. Hoover specializes in working with patients on issues like depression, anxiety, adjustment difficulties, and life stress that impact cardiac health.  She also works with patients on changing habits around food, exercise, and sleep to better manage cardiac risk.

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