With Christmas right around the corner, many are focusing on their last minute shopping list. Though gifts are great, there’s one item that needs to remain a part of our lives, and it’s our heart health. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the following statistics apply to women:
Risk factors include physical inactivity, obesity and poor diet. Therefore, its vital women are made aware of the seriousness surrounding heart disease. The following video goes more in-depth regarding symptoms, testing, and prevention.
For more information please contact your local physician.
Source link: Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Written by Kanarian Kindred
Heart Disease in Women
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