Heart Disease will be discussed in a new episode of the Rob Lowe-hosted "Success Files" show

15:00 EDT 31 Jul 2017 | PR Web

A brand new episode of the hit series that will be taking a look at the many aspects of heart disease and its prevalence.

(PRWEB) July 31, 2017

The well-renowned actor Rob Lowe hosts another upcoming episode of “Success Files” that discusses various important issues. This is an educational series that aims to teach its audience on such issues that directly affect them. This particular episode will take on heart disease and the effects the condition has on many people.

Heart disease essentially refers to many ailments of the heart. This includes problems with rhythm, blood vessels as well as any condition you were born with. Therefore, one thing to note is that heart disease is a collective term. It is also well known that heart disease can be prevented as well as controlled by some lifestyle changes. Thus, the episode will also give some insight on consumers can take care of their bodies, including altering the food they eat.

"Success Files" is a series made for Public Television and PBS Member Stations and fulfills all the standards required for broadcast. As a result, it has won numerous awards and has received critical acclaim for being eye-opening and informative to all members of its audience.

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