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February Open Book Author Series – FREE

February 22: 6-8pm

Women and Heart Disease: The Real Story by Dr. Jacqueline Eubany

Heart disease is the number ONE killer of women in the United States. It kills more women than breast and lung cancer combined! Do you know that you can decrease your risk of heart disease by up to 80%? February is Women’s Heart disease awareness month. We are pleased to have Dr Jacqueline Eubany, a cardiologist, and the author of the book Women and Heart Disease Book: The Real Story speak about heart disease in women, risk factors for heart disease and how you can decrease your risk of developing heart disease by up to 80%.

About the Author

Dr. Jacqueline Eubany is a board certified cardiologist and electrophysiologist, who is currently practicing medicine in Orange County, California. She attended the University of California Riverside for her undergraduate studies, and Boston University for medical school.  She joined the United States Navy after medical school and completed her medical training. While working as a physician in the US Navy, her clinic was responsible for the healthcare of Active Duty Military, including wounded war veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, and members of congress.  She served in the United States Navy for twelve years. She was inducted as a fellow in the prestigious American College of Cardiology, and in the Heart Rhythm Society.  She is an active member in other distinguished societies, and has served on several advisory boards related to heart disease.  She has been invited to be the guest speaker for several heart health events because she has a major interest in women’s heart health

Dr. Eubany has visited over 50 countries, and enjoys scuba diving, horseback riding, biking and reading about world history.

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Carnegie Gallery

The Historic 1908 Carnegie Library is on the United States National Register of Historic Places, and was built using a 10K grant funded by Andrew Carnegie. It served as the city library until 1963, then became home to the Anaheim Museum in 1987 before becoming part of Muzeo in 2007. Available for private event rental.

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