The Baton Rouge Clinic in Prairieville is Now Open! Click here for more information!

Take this quiz to find out which heart disease risk factors are under your control.

Spread the love

Take this quiz to find out which heart disease risk factors are under your control.

When it comes to heart disease, women need to pay attention. Heart disease is the number one cause of death in women, surpassing all types of cancer. But there’s good news. About 90% of heart disease risk factors are under your control.

That means changes you make to your lifestyle and habits can have a positive effect on your heart health. Of course, there are still some risk factors out of your control, but with so many controllable risk factors, the odds are in your favor that you can reduce your overall risk.

“Screening for the risk factors of heart disease and treating those that are reversible are an important part of all women’s health. This is why I feel it is so important that all women, especially those over 40, have at least an annual physical with their primary care physician and address any concerns they have about their risk for heart disease.” –Ashley D. Bordelon, MD, Internal Medicine 

Answer true or false to each statement below to determine what you can do to avoid heart disease and prevent a heart attack:

What Can Women Do to Avoid Heart Disease?

Copyright 2019 © Baldwin Publishing, Inc. All rights reserved.
Health eCooking® is a registered trademark of Baldwin Publishing, Inc. Cook eKitchen™ is a designated trademark of Baldwin Publishing, Inc. Any duplication or distribution of the information contained herein without the express approval of Baldwin Publishing, Inc. is strictly prohibited.

Date Last Reviewed: March 15, 2019

Editorial Review: Andrea Cohen, Editorial Director, Baldwin Publishing, Inc. Contact Editor

Medical Review: Perry Pitkow, MD

Learn more about Baldwin Publishing Inc. editorial policyprivacy policy, ADA compliance and sponsorship policy.

No information provided by Baldwin Publishing, Inc. in any article is a substitute for medical advice or treatment for any medical condition. Baldwin Publishing, Inc. strongly suggests that you use this information in consultation with your doctor or other health professional. Use or viewing of any Baldwin Publishing, Inc. article signifies your understanding and agreement to the disclaimer and acceptance of these terms of use.