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Prevent a Second Heart Attack Wins Award in 2011 National Health Information Awards Program!
October 11, 2011

Dr. Janet was selected as a winner in the 18th annual National Health Information AwardsSM.

This program recognizes the nation’s best consumer health information programs and materials.

Prevent a Second Heart Attack received a Silver Award for Health Promotion/Disease Prevention Information

"I was delighted to participate in the National Health Information Awards program and I am honored to be selected as a winner,” said Dr. Janet Brill “My winning entry was chosen from nearly 1,000 entries judged by a national panel of health information experts."
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Janet Bond Brill, Ph.D., is a registered dietitian, licensed dietitian/nutritionist and author of Cholesterol Down: 10 Simple Steps to Lower Your Cholesterol in 4 Weeks – Without Prescription Drugs (Three Rivers Press, 2006) and Prevent a Second Heart Attack: 8 foods, 8 Weeks to Reverse Heart Disease (Three Rivers Press, Feb. 2011). She is a nationally recognized nutrition, health and fitness expert, specializing in cardiovascular disease prevention. Visit Dr.Janet.com or PreventaSecondHeartAttack.com.

The awards program is coordinated by the Health Information Resource Center, a national clearinghouse for consumer health information programs and materials.

Janet Bond Brill, PhD, RDN, FAND, LDN Nutrition, Health and Fitness Expert | janet@drjanet.com
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