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Bayer US Feb 12
It can be hard to picture your normal life after a . But it starts with understanding your risks and all the things you can do to help prevent another one. That’s why we’re launching the campaign. Learn more:
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Prof Chris P Gale 8h
More bleeding, less ischaemia: temporal trends in consequences of treatment
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Mayo Clinic 11h
: Men and women have an increased risk of as they age. But women who have gone through , no matter their age, are at increased risk. Cardiologist Dr. DeLisa Fairweather explains.
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Bayer US Feb 12
Today, we launched the campaign during a day-long, live art installation with . For those who couldn’t join us, learn about risk factors and help support education with a selfie.
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UW Health 3h
Nearly half of all Americans can’t identify the most common symptoms. During learn the signs and symptoms:
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Musa Mayayise Feb 16
SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH (heart suddenly stopping due to electrical disturbances) is most common in patient with , up to 80% of sudden death cases are those with heart attack., A number of cases present for the first time with death.
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Su Mohan #WinBlue🗽#DemsWork4USA🇺🇸 Feb 9
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Miss Diamond™️ 39m
It could happen to us too. In the peak of ourselves.
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Dr. Buzz aka J. Buzz Von Ornsteiner aka Buzz Feb 13
Actor Oliver Reed was , Feb. 13, 1938. Known for his film work. An alcoholic he passed in a bar in 1991 (age 61) after drinking 8 pints of German lager,12 shots of rum,1/2 bottle of whiskey & shots of Hennessy + arm-wrestling 5 Royal Navy sailors.
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Dr. Buzz aka J. Buzz Von Ornsteiner aka Buzz Feb 16
Actor Hugh Beaumont was , Feb. 16, 1909. Best known for his role as "Ward Cleaver" on the TV series Leave It to Beaver (1957-'63). Passed in 1982 (aged 73) from
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Ivan Stepanenko MD 22h
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Avricore Health 2h
A silent heart attack is a that has either no symptoms or minimal symptoms or unrecognized symptoms. This is why it's important to understand your family's history of and to regularly stay on top of your .
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Su Mohan #WinBlue🗽#DemsWork4USA🇺🇸 7h
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Best Health Care Services, LLC 14h
Individuals Who Are at Risk for a Heart Attack Here are the people who are most at risk of a heart attack: 1. Those who are overweight 2. Those who smoke cigarettes Read more:
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KMW Outreach Inc 3h
New Blog Post is Up! Take a read for a look at your heart, the importance of heart health, how to recognize a heart attack and the emergency care steps should one occur! What do you do to keep your heart healthy?
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Coloplast_M.D. Feb 15
– In a study that followed men for ~6yrs, those with were 62% more likely to have a
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Umair Jaliawala 23h
Back on the road! Wish you all a great week ahead. Fee grateful for for you just survived the morning @ New Islamabad International Airport
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This is MedTech 15h
Senator Pádraig Ó Céidigh, well-known politician and entrepreneur, talks about his and how a cardiac stent gave him a new life. Read his story:
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Alma Hyslop Feb 15
Dear Your website has lots of warnings about smoking, but NONE about residential wood burning. Why is that? 🔥=💔 =
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HealthCentral Feb 15
Just 40 or 50 years ago, nearly half of all heart attacks ended in death. Today, nearly 90% of people who have one survive because they're following these heart-healthy rules. American Heart Association
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