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Dr. Gros is featured in this month’s Nonahood News sharing heart health tips. A preview and link to the article is below.

Cardiovascular disease is responsible for nearly one in three deaths in the United States, so it’s important to know the risk factors involved with heart disease and how to keep your heart healthy. While genetics play a role, there are significant, contributing risk factors for heart disease that are within your control. With some lifestyle modifications, you can reduce your risk.

“Changing certain factors in your lifestyle can be very impactful when it comes to lowering your risk for heart disease,” said Dr. Bernard Gros, cardiologist at UCF Health, the College of Medicine physician practice with a location in Medical City. “Targeting the cause and not just treating the risk factor is more powerful than any medication we have.”

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This story first appeared in Nonahood News.

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