What we know about the heart disease pandemic so far

A lot of the information we have so far has been shared by public health officials, researchers, and other sources.

But the data also includes information about what people are saying they are experiencing and whether they have had a heart attack or other cardiovascular condition.

Here’s what we know so far about the new information.1.

What’s been the new info?

A new CDC report from April 2017 has found that nearly 1 in 5 Americans have had at least one cardiovascular condition, including a heart disease, and that nearly half of those Americans had a high-risk heart condition or an elevated LDL (bad) cholesterol level.

That’s a huge difference from what was found in 2014, when about 8 in 10 Americans had heart conditions.

The new report found that among people with heart conditions, about half of people with coronary artery disease have a heart condition, a condition that increases your risk for heart disease and is the leading cause of death.

This is a huge number.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 9 million Americans have coronary artery diseases.

This is a big number for a lot of people.

It’s an increase from 2014 when the number of people who had heart diseases was about 6 in 10 people, according to the CDC.2.

What does this mean for you?

People who have heart conditions can have more heart disease than those who don’t.

But most people don’t have a high risk for cardiovascular disease.

And while the number with a high LDL cholesterol level and a heart disorder is huge, most people with a heart problem don’t experience heart problems.

But they can have a low risk of heart disease.

This can lead to a heart block, or a heart failure, and some people may die from heart failure.

People who have cardiovascular disease are more likely to die from cardiovascular diseases than people without heart conditions3.

How does this compare to the past?

When I first heard that heart disease is becoming more common, I was surprised because it was hard to believe.

People have been told for so long that cardiovascular disease is a disease that can be managed.

People thought that we had to have certain behaviors, we had an increase in exercise, and we had diets that were good for our hearts.

The idea was that you could just get your heart healthy and you could live.

That was always true, and the health and longevity improvements that have been seen in the past few decades have been largely attributed to this belief.

But now, there’s some evidence that people are living longer than ever before and there’s a lot more data to support that.

In the past, people were saying, You have to be healthy, and I had that belief, but now there’s evidence that it may be the case that if you’re healthy and do things that are good for your heart, you can live longer.4.

Is there more than just the new report?

The new CDC study is only part of the puzzle of how heart disease has changed.

In addition to the new numbers, the Centers of Disease Control released a report on April 22 that is a bit more in-depth, as well.

It contains a wealth of information about cardiovascular disease, but the report also contains a lot that is new and surprising.

The most important new findings in the report are the fact that about half the people who have high LDL or high-CVD (bad cholesterol) levels and who have had heart attacks are also at a higher risk for having other cardiovascular conditions, including stroke and congestive heart failure (CHF).

This is because the researchers found that people who were already having heart problems or had heart disease at some point in their lives were much more likely than people with high-CTD to have heart problems and to have a higher-risk cardiovascular condition than people who hadn’t had heart problems at all.

That makes sense because if you have heart disease you’re more likely, for example, to have blood clots and blood clogged arteries that can cause a heart or stroke, and if you also have CHF, you’re also more likely (at least in part) to have coronary heart disease or a high blood pressure.5.

How do these findings translate to me?

People should be aware of their cardiovascular risks.

This new information is important, but it’s not necessarily all bad news.

The new report contains data that shows that people with cardiovascular problems have lower mortality rates than those with other cardiovascular risks, such as having diabetes, high cholesterol, or high blood sugar.

This may be because heart disease often affects older people, so people with more chronic disease may be less able to treat heart disease by lowering blood pressure and cholesterol.6.

Does the new research change my plans for my heart care?

The research has implications for both people with and without heart disease who are planning to have their health monitored.

There are a lot reasons to be cautious about having a heart scan, and heart disease should be one of the first things that comes up when someone has a heart test.

But having a