Throughout the VA, "we always put Veterans first." Our dedicated staff and volunteers are committed to working with you to keep you healthy. Part of keeping you healthy is keeping your heart healthy.
Did you know that whether you are a man or a woman you are at risk of heart disease? Although once thought of as a "man's disease," heart disease does not discriminate!
Are you at risk for heart disease? There are things you can do to lower your risk. These include:
To learn more about lowering your risk for heart disease, take the heart disease risk assessment at www.heart.org*.
Protect your heart! Take steps today to lower your risk for heart disease. If you have questions about your heart disease risk, talk with your health care team.
Veterans registered in My Health-e-Vet can now communicate with their primary care team on-line using Secure Messaging. It's easy - simply complete the In-Person Authentication process on your next visit to your primary care clinic at your VA Medical Center. For more information about the program, visit www.myhealth.va.gov.
For more health information, visit VA's National Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention.
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