Yesterday I went for my annual physical, I have a new doctor now upon my move to a new state. My dad has had 2 heartattacks in one year at the age of 46. Which was 10 years ago now.
I'm 25, and am as active as I can be with playing tennis a couple times a week, along with hiking as often as I can, and lifting weights in between then. I also try to eat very healthy. I have never smoked, and drink very rarely. I guess I have a phobia of having one myself since it happened to my dad twice, and my grandpa had triple by-pass that same year.
Am I doing all I can in preventive care for myself? I know women don't have AS high a risk, but definitely worries me in the future.
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