sábado, 27 de febrero de 2016

Keeping Heart Healthy for African-American Men

Dept. of Health & Human Services
One in every 4 men dies from heart disease every year, and African-American men—especially those who live in the southeast region of the United States—suffer from heart disease more than any other race. Why are these rates so high? Unhealthy heart habits such as poor diets, a lack of exercise, high blood pressure, smoking and not visiting the doctor regularly are just a few factors that contribute to undiagnosed heart disease.African-American men: It isn’t too late to take control and put your heart health first. February is American Heart Month and a great time for you to take action. This month, Million Hearts is encouraging you to adopt one heart healthy lifestyle change and share your success. You can take action with a few small steps.
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