How old is your heart?
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Feeling young at heart is more than just a state of mind. Your age, weight and other risk factors may indicate whether your heart’s health is a spry 25 or a sluggish 87. A simple quiz can point you toward information that can help preserve your heart health or indicate whether your heart health deserves a closer look.
Understand your personal risk factors for developing heart disease and the preventive impact that managing stress, diet and other factors can have on heart health. As a leading cause of death and disability in the U.S., heart disease kills more women and men than all types of cancer combined. And focusing on your heart health has never been more important, as people with poor cardiovascular health are also at increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19.
In particular, women ages 40-60 are at risk for heart disease, but most don't consider it their greatest health risk. The Heart Truth®, sponsored by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute of the NIH, provides a wealth of information to prevent women – and the people they love – from developing heart disease.
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While prevention is the focus of heart health, the use of non-invasive heart procedures is a focus of cardiac treatment. Learn more about how CCHC Heart and Vascular Institute is moving forward with non-invasive heart procedures and improving patient outcomes and how our Structural Heart Team [PDF] is leading qualifying patients to less-invasive treatment options.