Heart disease is the leading cause of death among the Māori population.
Māori adults are almost twice as likely to have heart disease compared to non-Māori adults. Many risk factors for heart disease are also higher for the Māori population.
That’s why it’s important to be aware of heart disease and its risk factors in the Māori community, and what can be done about them.
Make sure you know the facts
Get your free information pack to find out more about heart disease in the Māori community. Some of the information you will discover in this pack includes:
- Why the Māori community is more often affected by heart disease
- Heart attack in the Māori population
- Risk factors and how to decrease them