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How do you keep your heart healthy?

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Exercise regularly


Eat a heart-healthy diet


Watch my weight


All of the above


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About 1 in 6 American adults has high total cholesterol of 240 mg/dL or higher. This doubles their risk of developing heart disease, compared to people with low cholesterol.

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