Talk on a ‘healthy heart’ to be held June 13 in Del Mar

“Maintaining a Healthy Heart” is the topic to be discussed by Mark Kalina, M.D., on Wednesday, June 13, at 2 p.m. at the Del Mar Library. The event is sponsored by Del Mar Community Connections and is open to the public.

Dr. Kalina, a medical doctor and internist who received his degree from Case-Western University, envisions a new paradigm in medicine. He notes that “We have arrived at a time of incredible possibility for healing and transformation.” He will discuss new frontiers in ways to maintain a healthy heart.

Because of limited space, reservations are required. Please call 858-792-7565 or contact heather@dmcc.cc.

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