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Heart Disease Screenings: When to Do Them and Why You Need One

Heart disease is often called the silent killer. Regular screenings are the solution. Many of us don't go to the doctor until there's something wrong. The phrase "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" comes to mind. Unfortunately, that thinking doesn't cut it when it comes to your heart health.  Heart disease is the leading cause of…
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Coronary artery diseases: Lifestyle changes to prevent early heart attacks

Lifestyle changes constitute the main stay of preventing early heart attacks. To prevent heart attacks, especially in the early age group (40 years), here are the preventive strategies that experts recommend According to health experts, the usual risk factors for heart attack are high blood pressure, uncontrolled diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, smoking, drug abuse and lack of physical activity. These are…
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What Is a Heart Attack and What Are the Symptoms?

That number will likely continue to rise: The American College of Cardiology predicts significant increases in heart disease and cardiovascular risk factors across the country by 2060. And a recent poll from Ohio State University's Wexner Medical Center found heart attacks can even occur in groups you may not suspect, like young people. So, exactly what is a heart…
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