Fix It 101 | Summer Deck
Published on 4 Aug 2020, 23:03
It’s no secret, we’re all living in stressful times, people are not only worried about themselves or their families becoming ill, they are dealing with economic and emotional issues, societal problems and potential loneliness and isolation. That stress could be leading to something more. Today we take a closer look at “Broken Heart Syndrome” and its relationship between the COVID-19 pandemic with our guest, Dr. Courtney Walker, psychologist at UMMC. Listen as we discuss what "Broken Heart Syndrome" is, ways to prevent it and what to do if you or someone you love is at risk of developing a broken heart.
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