A high-sugar diet can increase the risk of heart disease, both directly and indirectly. Learn how sugar affects your heart and how to tame your sweet tooth.
Learn how to prevent heart disease and the four factors that put you most at risk. Plus, see which heart healthy diet has the most impact.
A cardiologist clears up misconceptions and offers her best advice on how women can take action to protect themselves from heart disease.
Your doctor can only suggest ways to lower your risk of heart attack and stroke. It’s up to you to act on the advice.
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