This episode discusses strategies to prevent heart attacks and improve heart health. Many heart attacks could be avoided if people knew how to reduce their risk. The host, Doctor Warrick Bishop, talks about risk factors like high cholesterol, high blood pressure, age, diabetes, obesity, lack of exercise, depression and socioeconomic status that can increase the risk of heart disease and heart attacks. Other heart conditions like valve problems and electrical issues in the heart's atria or ventricles can also have genetic risk factors or arise due to infections, alcohol use and high blood pressure. Leading a healthy lifestyle with a good diet, exercise and managing stress can help reduce heart disease risk and enable people to live longer.