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Preventative & Diagnostic Care

Older adults need to pay more attention to whether they’re getting enough essential vitamins and minerals. If not, they may need to change their diet or take a supplement to help reduce their health risks.

You can dramatically lower your risk of heart disease by staying on top of your risk factors, like being overweight and high cholesterol.

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Many strokes can be prevented by lowering your risk factors, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, smoking, and diabetes.

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Find out how to diagnose and treat familial hypercholesterolemia

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High cholesterol can create deposits inside your blood vessels that eventually lead to narrowing of your blood vessels. It can also cause blockages, ruptures, and clots, and possibly a heart attack or stroke.

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Most smokers know that quitting is good for their health. But if you’ve become physically and psychologically dependent on smoking, the idea of quitting can seem daunting.

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There are a lot of lifestyle steps you can take to prevent high blood pressure from developing. And ways to help treat it without using drugs or along with drugs. These include improving your diet, exercising, quitting smoking, and reducing alcohol use.