What Shortens the Coronary Artery Disease Life Expectancy?

Q:
What should I avoid for not shortening my life expectancy? I have a 5 years history of the coronary artery disease.
A:
To improve your life expectancy of coronary artery disease, you should avoid the three following risk factors, which may give you a 10 to 15 years shorter life expectancy from age 50.

  • Smoking.
  • High blood pressure.
  • High cholesterol.

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