Heart Disease Down But Risks Still High

There's good news and there's bad news when it comes to heart disease. The good news is that rates of heart disease and stroke-related deaths have declined in accordance with a goal set by the American Heart Association. The bad news is that there is still a long way to go in reducing heart disease in America. (Learn more about the study that determined this news here.) A key tool of that reduction is, of course, heart disease prevention. Because heart disease is leading killer in America, everyone needs to be concerned about preventing it. And one of the tools that is used to do that is the heart scan. The heart scan is a simple procedure that only takes about ten minutes to complete. And yet, this simple tool can help save numerous lives. Speak to your doctor about a heart scan if you want to be one of the people who helps to further reduce heart disease and stroke-related deaths in America in the years to come. Question of the Day: Have you ever had a heart scan? photo link
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