Heart disease has always been the number one killer of Americans but now new research suggests it affects more people than ever – one in three. In 2013 heart disease was responsible for claiming the lives of 801,000 Americans which includes heart conditions like heart attack, heart failure, and valve and artery disease.

In the latest report it was noted that racial differences also play a role in who is affected by heart disease. Blacks are among the highest risk to experience stroke and nearly half of all black people have some form of heart disease or stroke-related disease.

See more at: http://www.belmarrahealth.com/heart-disease-kills-1-in-3-americans-study/

Author's Bio: 

At Bel Marra we are committed to helping people lead healthier lives. We believe the one way to do this is to explore and unearth natural secrets and provide this information so that individuals can support healthy lifestyles.

By providing up-to-date health news stories, along with natural remedies and health tips, reader’s can take control of their health naturally.