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It can be different for women—how to reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke

It can be different for women—how to reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke

Most of the risk factors for heart disease and stroke-like smoking, diabetes, and high blood pressure—are the same for women and men. But things like pregnancy-related problems or medicines such as hormone therapy can raise a woman’s risk. Find out the unique risk factors for women and how to reduce your risk of heart disease,

Living with diabetes and lowering your heart attack risk

Living with diabetes and lowering your heart attack risk

Diabetes raises your risk of heart disease. Managing diabetes and reducing your risk of a heart attack or stroke go hand in hand. By making a few changes in your daily routine—eating healthier, staying active, managing stress—you’ll take a big step toward controlling your diabetes and reducing your risk of heart disease.

Hearts Need Love, Too!

Hearts Need Love, Too!

Your heart is amazing. It sends blood, oxygen, and nutrients to every part of your body! But this all happens behind the scenes without you noticing, so it’s easy to forget your heart needs help to work properly. This means getting your blood pressure and cholesterol checked regularly,