10 Worst Habits for Your Heart

Everyone wants to have a healthy heart, and because heart disease is a general term for a number of different conditions, the cause of your case depends on the type you have. The bad news about heart disease is that it remains extremely prevalent in our society—it’s the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. The good news is that some simple, everyday habits can make a big difference in your ability to live a healthy lifestyle.

Check out the 10 worst habits for your heart, and how to avoid them!

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