Share Some Family Medical History and Pass the Cranberry Sauce

You'll have your turkey, side of stuffing, dab of cranberry sauce and heap of potatoes. But this Thanksgiving as you chow down during the most eating-centric holiday of the year, try to add a little family medical history to the conversation around the dinner table. As multiple generations gather in one place, "Thanksgiving is a great time to talk about family history," said Dr. Christie Mitchell Ballantyne, director of the Center for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention at Baylor College of...Full Story
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