Cardiovascular Health

How To Lower Your Risk For Heart Disease


Family history, health conditions and lifestyle choices can contribute to heart disease. These include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, diabetes, a diet high in saturated fats, lack of exercise, smoking and alcohol abuse. Many risk factors for heart disease, however, can be minimized by adopting healthy habits.

How To Lower Your Risk For Heart Disease2023-05-17T16:19:58-07:00

Stroke Awareness & Prevention


Every 40 seconds, someone has a stroke in the United States. It could be a co-worker, a friend or a family member, and it could happen anywhere. The faster a stroke is treated, the more likely a person will recover. Learn the signs of a stroke, how to lower your risk, and ways to decrease the severity of a stroke by acting F.A.S.T.

Stroke Awareness & Prevention2023-08-03T08:41:36-07:00
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