February is American Heart Month.
Given the stats behind heart disease, it’s important for employers to participate in education this month. Heart disease claims more American lives than any other health condition.
In fact, every 37 seconds, someone in the U.S. dies from cardiovascular disease.
Since matters of the heart are important, now is the time to discuss risk factors for heart disease with your employees. Cardiovascular disease is ranked as one of the most expensive medical conditions for employers thanks to the costs of medicine, health care services, and lost productivity. This post will cover risk factors for heart disease and foods to eat to lower heart disease risk.
Want to share with your employees how to improve heart health?
Here’s how to reduce risk factors for heart disease: