An alarming fact about heart health is that 50% of heart attacks and strokes occur in people with normal cholesterol levels. What you may not know is that inflammation is actually the key contributor to heart disease and cardiac events. Have you checked your inflammation levels lately?
Experts at National University of Health Sciences will explain how a series of simple blood tests can detect inflammation and other markers of heart attack risk.
Whether patients are in their twenties or forties, these tests can give a reliable report on their cardiac risk profile. They can determine whether a heart attack is likely in the next year, or whether healthy patients can make small lifestyle changes to avoid a heart attack twenty year’s from now.
Learn more on April 28 at 7:00 pm at the “Get Educated” community wellness series on”Heart Disease: Are You at Risk?”
Come to the NUHS Whole Health Center in Lombard at the intersection of Highland Ave and Roosevelt Road, Bldg. B, Room 539.