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Heart Disease

High Blood Pressure and Heart Disease: Treatment Overview

High blood pressure and heart disease are common amongst Americans, but can lead to death or further health complications. However, they can be treated with medication or even prevented with a lifestyle change. Read on to learn more about treating high blood pressure and heart disease.

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Heart Disease

High Cholesterol Risk and Gender Differences

High cholesterol is often referred to as the "silent killer." That's because it doesn't discriminate when it comes to who it impacts. There are however, differences in high cholesterol risk levels depending on your age and sex. Read on to learn more about the different risks for different people.

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Heart Disease

How to Treat High Blood Pressure

Around half of adults in the United States have high blood pressure, also known as hypertension. Characterized by too much pressure or force of the blood pushing against the blood vessels, high blood pressure can develop into a long-term condition. This condition is often considered a “silent killer” because symptoms can often go unnoticed until it’s too late. If left untreated, high blood pressure can lead to complications and serious problems like heart attack, stroke, and heart failure.

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Heart Disease

Common Heart Conditions for Both Men and Women

Heart conditions, and more specifically, heart disease, can affect both men and women alike. Yet, heart disease is often considered to be a “man’s disease”. In reality, heart disease is one of the leading causes of death in both men and women with more than 2,200 Americans dying from it each day.

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Heart Disease

The Lowdown on How to Prevent Heart Disease

Heart disease is one of the most common causes of death across all genders and ethnic groups in the United States. In fact, approximately 647,000 Americans die from heart-related problems every year.

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