“As cardiologists we always think the heart is the most important organ. It’s the brain and the brain controls everything,” Bairey Merz told the news network.
The brain-heart connection is at the center of her research at the Cedars-Sinai Smidt Heart Institute. According to Bairey Merz, one in five people who suffer a broken heart will have another attack within 10 years.
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