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Are You At Low Risk Of Heart Disease? Your Doctor Should Counsel You Anyway

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News video: Are You At Low Risk Of Heart Disease? Your Doctor Should Counsel You AnywayAccording to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, primary care doctors should offer counseling about healthy lifestyle habits to prevent heart disease -- even to adults who have a low or average risk of developing heart troubles.Task force vice chair Susan Curry said in a panel news release that for those who aren't at increased risk for heart disease, counseling on healthy eating and physical activity may help prevent heart disease for some people.

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