Women are natural caretakers—whether it's as a mother, sister, daughter and/or partner. More often than not, women are so busy caring for everyone else that their own health and well-being slips to the bottom of the list. Sound familiar? If so, for your loved ones and your heart, commit to making you and your health a priority.
Take time to understand how likely you are to develop heart disease and what you can do to prevent it. This way, you'll be taking steps to be here and healthy for the people who mean the most to you.
"My advice to women is to do one good thing for your heart every day. Protect your heart by making healthy choices that are right for you." —Martha Gulati, MD, FACC