5 Steps to a Healthier Heart

Presented by heart attack survivor & founder:

Sheila Caldwell, CHC

Heart disease is the #1 killer of women & men in the US yet many of us don't know that we have it until it is too late. Around 80% of the risk factors that lead to heart disease can be prevented or managed ... so that gives us HOPE!

 

Join heart attack survivor Sheila Caldwell as she shares 5 steps you can take today toward better heart health. 

As a Community Partner with the Healthy Hearts Network & The Heart Truth, we are pleased to provide these great resources!

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The first step in the fight against heart disease is to know YOUR unique risk factors.

This begins with a check of your:

  • cholesterol

  • blood pressure

  • glucose

  • BMI & waist circumference

Schedule your screening with your doctor or find a community screening or lab near you.

Over 40 years of age?

Take the next step by talking to your doctor about a Coronary Artery Calcium Scan. This quick, painless screening can detect heart disease at its earliest stages and is saving lives!

Any information provided is for general information and education only.  It is NOT intended as a substitute for medical advice or care. Always refer to your health care provider regarding any specific questions or concerns you may have.  If you are experiencing symptoms of a heart attack, call 9-1-1!

 

The Heart2Heart Foundation is a proud partner of The Heart Truth® Healthy Hearts Network, a network of organizations around the country working to increase awareness about heart disease and its risk factors, and encourage heart-healthy behaviors. Get more information here.

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The Heart2Heart Foundation is a proud partner of The Heart Truth® Healthy Hearts Network, a network of organizations around the country

working to increase awareness about heart disease and its risk factors, and encourage heart-healthy behaviors. Get more information here.