Interview: Key steps to reducing your risk of heart disease

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heartSEATTLE — February is “Heart Health” month. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States; 600,000, or 1-in-4, people die each year from it.

We talked to a local doctor about some of the things you can do to significantly lower your risk.

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