How to Live Longer With CAD

The diagnosis of coronary artery disease (CAD) and the increased heart attack risk accompanying it can be a shocking reminder of our mortality. It motivates many people to change their lifestyle and begin taking medications to prevent a heart attack. But when the shock wears off, compliance with treatment begins to wane and we easily slip back into old habits.
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