Millions of Americans live with the chance of developing heart disease, stroke or other cardiovascular conditions due to lifestyle or genetics. These risks rise for everyone as they age. Seniors with the highest levels of mental and social stress are three times more likely to suffer a stroke, and poor heart health is tied to dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and memory loss.
It’s important to make smart choices in order to maintain health and wellness. Even Medicare is now planning to cover diabetes prevention strategies, as reported by The Washington Post this week.
Thom is tackling heart health for seniors this week on “The Safe Money Hour with Thom Brueckner” on WFEA 1370 AM/ 99 FM WZID. He welcomes guest Dr. Richard Hayes, a cardiologist from Dartmouth Hitchcock in Nashua, NH who offers data, tips and advice on keeping you and your heart healthy. You can listen LIVE by visiting 1370wfea.com at 9 am on Friday, November 4th.
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