Learn what you can do to keep your heart healthy.

Keeping Your Heart Healthy

Heart disease is the most frequent condition in older adults and the No. 1 cause of death. The good news – by living a healthy lifestyle you can prevent cardiovascular disease, or keep your symptoms under control.  Learn how you can lower your risk of heart disease and heart attack.

5 Hidden Causes of Heart Disease

It is commonly known that exercise and eating a healthful diet are keys to keeping your heart in tiptop shape. But you may not be aware of the five hidden causes of heart disease about which you have some control.

How Your Heart Changes with Age

Regardless of your age, you do not have to "give in" to the effects of aging on your heart. Because although you can't control your family history of heart disease, there are many things you can do to manage your heart health.

A Heart-Healthy Shopping List for Older Adults 

Consuming a balanced diet is essential for maintaining good health, which is why it's important to make good choices at the grocery store. Get help focusing on your heart health with this heart-healthy shopping list.

How Senior Women Can Prevent Heart Disease

Recognizing the symptoms of heart disease early on and seeking help is vital, but preventing heart disease - the number one cause of death for both men and woman -  is the best defense. 

Older Adults Can Boost Heart Health Through Exercise

Your heart, like any other muscle in the body, can weaken over time, especially if you are inactive. Being physically active is a major step toward good heart health. Learn how to keep your heart strong by giving it a good, regular workout.

7 Easy Tips for Healthy Aging

Variety in diet and physical activity is essential to healthy aging. Check out these seven easy tips on what to avoid and what to allow in your everyday life.