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Jordan Coriza, Department of Public Health

Jordan is the Director of Ethnic Media Engagement for the Department.

Más personas mueren en Massachusetts –y en todo Estados Unidos– por enfermedades del corazón y las arterias que por cualquier otro motivo.

En este episodio de LA NOTA DE SALUD, hablamos con Verónica sobre lo que usted puede hacer para prevenir estas afecciones.

 

Órale con Verónica es una alternativa a la televisión comercial en español. Sale al aire todos los sábados a las 9:30am por Telemundo Boston WNEU canal 60. Telemundo también está disponible en Comcast por los canales 10, 14, 17, 19, 53, 95 ó 19; en RCN por el canal 16, en TDS por el canal 22 y en Time Warner por el canal 15.
 
Sintonícenos en Órale con Verónica y recuerde: Buena Salud. ¡Es la movida!

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