While all women are at risk of developing heart disease, Hispanic women have a slightly high risk than average. In fact, Hispanic women are more prone to develop heart disease ten years younger than their non-Hispanic peers.
Heart disease remains the number one killer among women in the US and 1 in 3 deaths can be attributed to it.
Experts suggest simple ways to decrease risks including learning about family history of health problems, eating better and staying active.
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