Few people who die from heart attacks and heart disease actually have a problem with their heart. Instead, they die from the effects of poor habits that damage their arteries and cause their hearts to weaken and fail. Whether your problem is high cholesterol or living after a heart attack, it’s not too late to change those bad habits and live a longer, fuller life. Here’s how.
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