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Research Article

Determining Information on Cardiology Disease Risk Factors of Disease in Women

Table 1

Responses to Heart Disease Fact Questionnaire.

QuestionCorrect response
( ) %

A person can always realize that he/she has a heart disease.11065.4
Having heart disease in your family increases your risk of having a heart disease.10059.5
The elderly have a higher risk of heart disease.14586.3
Coronary heart disease can be prevented.9254.7
The avoidable cause of deaths and diseases in our country is smoking.13278.5
Smoking is a risk factor for heart disease.14686.9
If one quits smoking, risk of developing a heart disease diminishes.14485.7
Eating 2-3 fruits and 2 servings of vegetable dishes a day is beneficial.15894
Consuming red meat more than 3 times a week is harmful. 6941
Salty food provokes hypertension.15994.6
Fatty foods do not elevate the cholesterol level in blood.15189.8
Fats that are solid in room temperature are good for heart health.9858.3
Eating a diet low in fats and carbohydrates is beneficial for the heart. 10964.8
Overweight people have higher risk of heart disease.13479.7
Regular exercise lowers heart disease risk.14787.5
Risk is reduced only through exercise in gymnasia.10461.9
Slow walk and strolling around can be considered as exercise.9053.5
Stress, grief, and sadness increase risk of heart disease.10763.9
Human body increases the blood pressure in stressful situations.14385.1
Hypertension is a risk factor for heart disease.15491.6
Keeping blood pressure under control reduces the risk of developing a heart disease.13479.7
Antihypertensive drugs should be used lifelong.10562.5
High cholesterol is a risk factor for heart disease.13278.5
If good cholesterol (HDL) is high, there is risk of heart disease.6538.6
If bad cholesterol (LDL) is high, there is risk of heart disease.9355.3

Medication is given to everybody who has high cholesterol.7846.4
Diabetes is a risk factor for heart disease.8751.7
If sugar is kept under control in diabetic patients, risk decreases.9657.1