Harvard Heart Letter

Ask the doctor: Can you really prevent heart disease?

People know that they can "prevent" heart disease by not smoking, losing weight, exercising, watching cholesterol and blood pressure, and eating right, but they still get heart disease. Is it really possible to prevent heart disease, or just slow it down?

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