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While nothing guarantees that you don't develop heart disease,

you can do several things to reduce your risk and stay healthy.

Don't be another statistic - heart disease doesn't care if you're young or old or a man or a woman. The choices you make today can have a major impact on your heart health in the future. Memorial Hermann is here to help educate our community about the risk of heart disease and conditions that lead to it. Our resources are here to help you and your family make smart and healthy choices about your heart health. 

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Heart Disease & Age


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Healthy Habits Tracker


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How to be Heart Healthy


Know why and how to take care of your heart in your late 30s to your early 50s.

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Why It's Never Too Late to Make Heart Healthy Food Choices


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Why Routine Heart Health Evaluations are Important

Healthy Heart Screening

The secret to preventing heart disease is recognizing and managing risk factors before symptoms begin. The goal of a heart health evaluation is to detect heart disease or a heart condition at its earliest and most treatable stage. The American Heart Association suggests regular evaluation tests to accurately monitor cardiovascular health.

To know your risk factors, your doctor may run a variety of tests to determine your overall heart health.

These tests may measure:

  • Blood pressure
  • Cholesterol
  • Heart rate
  • Blood glucose
  • Body weight
  • Diet and physical activity levels

Contact Us

If you have questions regarding the Memorial Hermann Heart & Vascular Institute, our cardiologists, or treatment facilities, please use our contact form below or call (713) 222-2273 for more information.

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