This fact sheet educates patients about some common behaviors that can affect the heart over time and ways to help prevent CAD.
Specifically designed for female patients, this fact sheet provides information about heart disease, the #1 killer of women in the United States. It also explains how heart disease symptoms are different for women than for men. Further, it encourages female patients to have a conversation with their doctor about heart disease, especially if they have any risk factors and potential symptoms.
This resource discusses 3 cardiovascular risk factors that show up disproportionately among Black patients. It provides ideas for actionable steps to help prevent or mitigate cardiovascular risk factors and encourages patients to talk with their doctors.
This resource discusses the cardiovascular risk factors that tend to correlate with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and provides ideas for actionable steps to help prevent or mitigate them. The brochure stresses the importance of talking with both a rheumatologist and a primary care doctor about one's risk for heart disease if one has RA.
Share Mind Your Heart Facts with patients to provide them with information on CAD, the tests used to diagnose and monitor it, and quick tips for heart-healthy living.