How Do You Prevent Cardiovascular Disease?

Why Should I Care About Cardiovascular Disease?

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death across the globe.

85% of CVD deaths are from heart attacks and strokes.

Most CVD cases can be prevented by lifestyle modifications such as:

  • If you smoke, stop smoking
  • Have a healthy diet
  •  Lose weight if you’re overweight or obese
  • Increase physical activity

Optimize Your Medical Conditions to Prevent CVD

  1. Check your cholesterol, lipids or get heart-health tests that help you determine your risk of heart disease
  2. Optimize your blood pressure
  3. Control diabetes or get a diabetes screening test
  4. Optimize medications
How We Can Help

We offer various tests that can check your cholesterol, lipids, and overall heart health. See some of our tests below.

Maulik Shah

Hello. I am a Clinical Geneticist. My medical education is from the Medical College of Virginia (M.D. and Ph.D.). I worked at NIH in the lab that performed the very first human gene therapy trial and helped design some of the original recombinant adenovirus vectors for gene therapy. Since then, I have been a genetics research in both Academia and the Private sector and currently work as Lab Director for Applied InGENuity and QUASR Diagnostics

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