Mon Health promotes women's heart health

Mon Health promotes women's heart health

These diseases are heavily influenced by women's lifestyle choices.

Almost half of all American adults suffer from some type of cardiovascular disease, according to a new report by the American Heart Association.

One in three women will die from cardiovascular diseases and stroke every year, killing about one woman every 80 seconds.

You can help change this pattern by evaluating your risk factors and taking action. Wear Red Day is a national awareness movement initiated by the American Heart Association to highlight the number one cause of death among women: heart disease, stroke and all other cardiovascular diseases.

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Although love songs might tell you otherwise, a broken heart can't kill you-but heart disease can. For instance, maintaining a healthy weight, exercising regularly and eating a balanced diet with fruits and vegetables. Making these changes can be critical to your health.

Dr. Dave Varma, the Director of Augusta Health Cardiology, said telltale signs of heart disease can range from severe pain to an uncomfortable, tight feeling in the chest, which may go away after a few minutes - known as angina. The screening includes tests to help detect heart disease early and measures cholesterol, blood fat (lipids), and triglyceride levels.

Free blood pressure screenings were offered at Mon Health facilities throughout the day Friday.

Joseph R. Cunningham is the president of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma, a Division of Health Care Service Corp., a Mutual Legal Reserve Company.

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