Heart Disease and Men

According to the CDC, one in four men has some type of heart disease. There are many different types of heart disease—some are congenital (people are born with them) and others develop over the course of time and affect people later in life. Common factors that increase the risk of developing heart disease include:

  • Diet/nutrition
  • Exercise/physical activity
  • Smoking
  • Stress
  • Weight
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