Here's How To Manage Heart Disease (Video)
Well, you know, we have whole textbooks. It takes three to four years to become a cardiologist. So certainly, I'm not going to suggest that I can cover the curriculum in one chat, but the general rule of thumb is I think we should recognize that heart disease and stroke of the number one cause of death also recognize that they're real disparities that African Americans in US blacks have higher rates of hypertension, heart disease, heart failure, and kidney disease, which is a cousin of heart disease.
The third point is the, although genetics may play a part, much of what we've seen is what we do to ourselves. And as we move forward, we need more information. We can modify our cardiovascular risk, cardiovascular for blood vessels.
Those things are not fixed. They're things that can be changed.
Sunday, March 17th, 2019