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Regular check-up after 45, changing habits can prevent the risk of heart disease by 47%


According to a 2016 World Health Organization (WHO) report, 63% of all deaths in India are due to heart and lung disease, stroke, cancer and diabetes.

Cardiovascular disease accounted for 27% of these deaths. According to the American Heart Association, people with a family history of heart disease should be more cautious than others.

According to the association, factors related to heart disease and cardiovascular disease are directly related to family history.

If a man in the family had heart disease before age 55 and a woman before age 60, one person is more likely to get the disease.

Along with this, the person is also more likely to develop habits that increase heart diseases. By changing these habits, the risk of heart diseases can be prevented by 47%.

Make these changes in lifestyle for good heart health & prevented heart diseases


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