By David Meyers MD – Despite continuing progress, the imperative to improve the nation’s heart health remains urgent. Heart disease kills more than 600,000 Americans each year. More than 140,000 die following stroke. Tragically, many of these deaths are premature.
By Jonca Bull MD – February is American Heart Month. Heart disease remains a significant problem in the United States – it’s the leading cause of death, disproportionately affecting minorities. In particular, minorities have higher rates of hypertension, diabetes, and smoking, which are risk factors that can cause heart disease.
By David Meyers MD – Making New Year’s resolutions is a lot easier than keeping them, whether vowing to eat healthier, exercise more, or spend less time online. Ultimately, success is a two-step process.
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