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Cardiac Risk Assessments

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Cardiac risk assessments are an important tool for assessing the health of your heart. During a cardiac risk assessment, a healthcare professional will evaluate overall health, as well as any lifestyle habits that may be impacting heart health. This may include factors such as smoking, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol levels. They will also assess any family history of heart disease and any other medical conditions that may be contributing to heart disease risk.

Based on the results of the assessment, healthcare professionals may develop a personalized plan to reduce the risk of heart disease. This may include recommendations for lifestyle changes such as exercise, diet, and stress management, as well as medications or other interventions as needed.

 

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