There are a number of types of cardiovascular disease, ranging from disease of the blood vessels, irregularities in the heart’s rhythm (arrhythmias), to congenital defects. Heart Disease, including coronary heart disease, heart attack, and congenital heart defects, is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Thankfully, outcomes relating to cardiovascular health are largely in our control and can be mitigated through simple changes in diet and behavior. Preventative measures for heart disease primarily involve lifestyle modifications such as, quitting smoking, reducing dietary fat intake, reducing blood pressure, monitoring sodium intake, exercising, and maintaining a healthy weight.
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