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By: Susan White
It’s February, which means it’s American Heart Month, and Valentine’s Day and the perfect time to focus on a heart-healthy lifestyle. While there are risk factors that you can’t control—like age—there are many things that you can do to reduce your risk of developing coronary heart disease, which is a buildup of plaque in the arteries and can lead to a heart attack.
Here are 28 heart health tips from the NorthShore Cardiovascular Institute!
For more information on heart health or to schedule an appointment with a cardiologist, click here to visit the NorthShore Cardiovascular Institute.