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Heart Quiz for Women Only

Heart Quiz for Women Only

As an adult with a vagina, do you know what your risk is of developing heart disease? You might be surprised. Take this quiz to see how much you know about heart disease in adults with a vagina. The quiz is based on information from the American Heart Association.

1. Coronary heart disease develops gradually over many years. It can easily go undetected.
2. Adults with a vagina don't have to worry about cardiovascular disease. It's mainly a problem for adults with a penis.
3. If an adult with a vagina has a heart attack, they are more likely to survive than an adult with a penis.
4. Adults with a vagina are less likely to get heart disease after menopause than before.
5. When adults with a penis reach middle age, or about 55, their blood cholesterol levels start to rise. But the cholesterol levels of adults with a vagina seem to stay about the same.
6. African-American adults with a vagina are more likely than white adults with a vagina to have cardiovascular disease.
7. Which of the following is the single most important thing a an adult with a vagina can do to reduce their risk for heart attack?
8. Adults with a vagina who smoke are 3 times more likely to have a heart attack than adults with a vagina who don't smoke.
9. adults with a vagina can reduce their risks for heart attack and stroke by following which of these lifestyle habits?
10. Adults with a vagina with heart disease have a lower risk for stroke.

Disclaimer: This information is not intended to substitute or replace the professional medical advice you receive from your child's physician. The content provided on this page is for informational purposes only, and was not designed to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease. Please consult your child's physician with any questions or concerns you may have regarding a medical condition.