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Most women don't realize that their risk factors for heart disease are different than those of men.
Known risk factors for heart disease include age, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking history, diabetes and family history of heart disease. However, there are other factors particular to women.
To assess your risk online, visit our heart health risk assessment.
There are things you can do in your everyday life to reduce your risk for heart disease. Lifestyle changes that make a big difference include:
Read more about How to Improve Your Heart Health.