These 5 Lifestyle Factors Are Linked to Less Heart Failure. www.dailyrxnews.com
A new study from Tufts University found that the presence of five lifestyle factors may dramatically reduce the risk of heart failure after age 65. These factors included walking briskly, being moderately active during leisure time, drinking alcohol only in moderation, not smoking and avoiding obesity. According to the American College of Cardiology, the heart failure has been on the rise in the US in recent years and is a leading cause of hospitalization for those over age 65.
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