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Keeping Your Heart Healthy

Did you know diabetes increases your chances of having coronary heart disease, heart attack and stroke?

Statistics show that heart disease and stroke account for approximately 65% of deaths in people with diabetes.

To protect yourself, you must maintain a healthy heart and healthy blood vessels. You can do this by making just a few lifestyle changes.

For useful tips on how to do that, read the DRI's brochure "Healthy Heart" in English or "Un Corazón Sano" in Spanish.

Cover of the Diabetes Research Institute's brochure "Healthy Heart," in which people with diabetes are taught how to maintain a healthy heart.

Read the brochure "Healthy Heart" in English | "Un Corazón Sano" in Spanish

  • Do you want to take a class on how to eat right? Read about the course offered by the Diabetes Research Institute: "Miami Lite".
  • Do you want to learn how to shop for healthier foods? Read about the course offered by the Diabetes Research Institute: "A Trip to the Supermarket".

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