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After watching his father die from a massive heart attack when he was only fifty-five, Steve McKee decided to do his best to avoid a similar fate. But after a life-time of healthy eating and exercise, he one day discovered he also suffered from heart disease. He talks with Diane about his fight to save his own life, and what he learned about his father.
- Steve McKee Wall Street Journal editor and author of "The Call of the Game"
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