The burden of heart failure is not the same for all races and ethnicities. Learn more about the risks for people of color, compared to those for white adults.
How to ask the important questions to learn your risk if heart failure runs in your family.
Heart failure “is the biggest culprit of silent deaths in the African-American community,” Arianne McLean says. And it’s not talked about enough.
If you’re Black or Hispanic, you’re at higher risk of heart failure. Finding out early can help you find the right treatments.
Treatments for heart failure can ease your symptoms and help you live longer. But Black and Hispanic people with the disease may not have equal access.