Cardiovascular disease

The CDC lists heart disease as the number one cause of death in the US. Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is an umbrella term which refers to all conditions related to the heart and circulation, such as heart-attack, stroke, and coronary heart disease. There’s a lot of personal changes you can make to limit the risk or the impact of cardiovascular disease, and connecting with others can help you understand how to do this. Below you’ll find user experiences grouped by cardiovascular disease as well as communities run by expert nonprofits with a focus on particular kinds of CVD.

Types of Cardiovascular disease

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