Five Things Hurting Your Heart
Maintaining a healthy heart is a full-time job. Here are five things you may or may not know that make this job a lot more difficult.
One study out of the University of Alabama at Birmingham found that people whose diet consisted heavily of Southern-style foods had a 56% increased risk for heart attack.
A commute that’s longer than 30 miles results in a significant increase in the likelihood of obesity and a much higher risk for heart attack or stroke.
No cigarettes, not even e-cigarettes, are safe when it comes to your heart health.
Not regularly washing your hands can lead to viral or bacterial infections that put you at the risk for heart issues.
A recent study found that a sedentary lifestyle can increase the risk of heart disease in men by over 50%.