6 Ways to Prevent Heart Disease And Live a Longer, Healthier Life
Adopting healthy habits at a young age can pay off later, but remember that itís never too late to make changes in your diet and other parts of your life.
Many women are surprised to learn that their most serious health threat is not breast cancer, but heart attack. Clogged arteries are the leading killer of women in the U.S. And while the number of overall deaths from heart disease has declined for 40 years, the rate among women ages 35 to 44 has increased. This should worry you if you havenít reached menopause.