Rosenberg et al., (2009) say that the increased incidences of the disease among the African Americans provoke the need for medical interventions. Heart diseases can cause a lot of stress and problems to its sufferers. The condition is a major problem especially in the African American women who have a number of factors that facilitate it. Although the conditions can be prevented, more blacks develop heart diseases due to poor lifestyle activities and other medical conditions. The prolonged effects of these conditions can lead to diffuse defects and death. Heart diseases are expensively managed hence poses a great threat to most of the poor individuals who suffer from it. Heart related therapies are also not feasible especially to most poor African Americans in New Jersey- Camden.
Cardiovascular disease is scaling as the leading cause of death across the globe. The condition is highly experienced in certain populations as compared to others. Studies have shown that there is significant reduction in the heart disease incidences in countries with high economic status. Low economic statuses have experienced high cases of cardiovascular deaths. In many individuals, lifestyle and diet influences the propagation of the condition (Bolton & Wilson, 2005).
Heart diseases are highly experienced among the elderly individuals as compared to younger people. However, cases of atherosclerosis start earlier in life where the defects in fat metabolism are experienced. Heart disease is developed due to prolonged exposure to the risk factors. This indicates that a number of young people are exposed to the cardiovascular diseases long before the conditions eventually manifest (Dubbert et al., 2010).
There is a wide range of heart diseases depending on the location and area where it is involved with. The commonest cardiovascular disease is known as the Coronary Heart disease. This condition is formed when there is an