A government panel of experts found that behavioral counseling to help people at risk of heart disease to adopt healthier habits can lower their risk of having heart events. But it’s not easy
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We know how to lower our risk of heart disease, yet it remains the leading killer of Americans year after year. That’s because the most powerful ways to fend off heart attacks and strokes are also the hardest. Changing our diet and exercise habits involves changing our lifestyles, and doctors have yet to come up with the perfect prescription for that.