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The “Life’s Simple 7”

According to Dr. Ted Feldman, Medical Director of Prevention and Community Health with Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute, there are simple seven steps for improving heart disease. The rules are: managing blood pressure, eating better, controlling cholesterol, losing weight, reducing blood sugar, stopping smoking and getting active. “Life's simple 7" is a program developed by the American Heart Association in 2010, he says.

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