One key to long, healthy life is to assess your risk of heart disease.
Heart disease is the number one killer of both men and women in developed countries. Fortunately, there's a lot you can do to avoid heart disease. An important first step is to assess your own personal risk for heart disease.
These articles will help you with that initial risk assessment. Once you decide what changes you need to make to keep your heart healthy, you can find help reducing your risk here.
Cardiac risk assessment is best done with the help of your doctor. However, it is really pretty easy to perform your own estimate of your cardiac risk. This article tells you how.
Elevated blood levels of CRP (C Reactive Protein) is a risk factor for heart disease. While CRP measurement is being used more and more, its real usefulness remains a bit controversial. If your doctor suggests measuring a CRP level, here's what you need to know.