How to assess factors that contribute to heart disease. Make sure you follow Tony’s blog to learn more about health and fitness
Yesterday I posted an item headed “Health and Fitness Ideas.” I concluded it with the statement, “I wish more people would focus on living a healthy life than just dropping some unwanted pounds. The first way is positive and long lasting. The second is superficial and most of the time doesn’t result in permanent weight loss.
I think this news story from Harvard follows right on from that post. I recommend that you take their Healthy Heart Score test at the link provided below.
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in the U.S., and a healthy lifestyle is key to prevention. But the prevalence of healthy behaviors among U.S. adults is low. Current prevention strategies focus mainly on controlling CVD risk factors such as diabetes and hypertension with medication—as opposed to preventing them in the first place.
Now, new research from Harvard T.H. Chan School…
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