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Our Hearts Respond Better to Healthy Choices
When it comes to heart disease, women can be more strongly impacted than men by risk factors like diabetes and cholesterol levels, according to the American Heart Association. The flip side is that making healthy lifestyle modifications—getting more exercise and eating right to control blood sugar and cholesterol—may yield greater benefits to women.
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