Risk Factors

  1. Lifestyle Changes

    Living a healthier lifestyle can help to prevent heart disease. This means eliminating all tobacco, following a heart-healthy diet, and getting regular exercise.

  2. Nearly Half of Americans Face Serious Heart Risks

    Having one of three common conditions can raise heart-disease risks. Many people have these conditions but don’t even know it.

  3. Take Action to Beat Heart Disease

    Even if you already have atherosclerosis or have had a heart attack, there’s a lot you can do to prevent future heart problems.

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