Cardiac Arrest Incidents Increasing with Younger Adults

Adults younger than 55 are suggested early on to get a cardiovascular evaluation  to talk to their primary healthcare provider on family history of heart issues, due to the fact that genetics is the biggest risk factor for cardiac arrest and heart disease. Visit the link below to get an in-depth understanding of the determinants and effects of cardiac arrest and heart disease in younger adults, as they also contribute to increasing their risk for heart problems by obesity, tobacco use, high cholesterol, among others.

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