Congestive Heart Failure: Good question Yes there is. The answer is awareness in general. Being more aware of the risk factors and complications that each of us has concerning heart failure is an excellent start. In conclusion, “a single risk factor may be enough to cause heart failure, but a combination of factors also increases your risk.” ("Heart Failure," 2017). By being more aware, we can take measures such as following up with our doctors.Olga: Thank you very much for being our guest today. You provided us with insightful information that is useful to many.Congestive Heart Failure: Your welcome it was my pleasure. I hope everyone realizes how important our heart is and the things we can do to safeguard it.*End of interview transcript*
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