Newsmax Health and Crandall M.D. Release Online Heart Disease Risk Assessment

February Heart Health Month: World-renowned cardiologist, Dr. Chauncey Crandall, releases free online heart health assessment website: SimpleHeartTest.com.

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West Palm Beach, Fla (PRWEB) February 07, 2013

Dr. Chauncey Crandall, M.D., F.A.C.C., and Newsmax Health are proud to announce the release of the Simple Heart Test, an online assessment that allows users to determine their individual risk for heart disease by answering questions about common risk factors.

The Simple Heart Test can be found at http://www.newsmax.com/simplehearttest

The assessment asks 24 questions, with topics including demographics, medical and heart health history, lifestyle, and dietary questions. Once completed, the user receives an email with their test results. The results are based on the “Heart Scale” — and shows whether the person is at low, moderate, or high risk for heart disease.

“Nearly one-third of all U.S. deaths result from heart disease,” explains Dr. Crandall on the Simple Heart Test website. “By completing my Simple Heart Test, you’re taking an important step in reducing your risk for becoming a victim of a heart attack. Knowing your risk for heart disease gives you a powerful starting point to take action to prevent — or even reverse — this debilitating condition.”

Dr. Crandall is one of America’s most sought after cardiologists. He is the director of preventative medicine at the Palm Beach Cardiovascular Clinic and is a highly sought-after expert throughout the nation. He is also the author of Dr. Crandall’s Heart Health Report (http://www.CrandallReport.com).

February is nationally recognized as Heart Health month. The Simple Heart Test is part of a larger campaign to bring heart disease awareness to 50,000 Americans in February 2013.

Newsmax Health provides timely health news, research, and publications from a staff of medical doctors, surgeons, and specialists. More information about the Simple Heart Test (http://www.newsmax.com/simplehearttest), Dr. Crandall’s newsletter (http://www.CrandallReport.com), or Newsmax Health can be obtained by contacting Travis Davis at 561-686-1165, ext. 1212.


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