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babban May 26
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FH Europe, The European FH Patient Network May 30
A global meta-analysis revealed 1 in 311 people in the general population have , That number spikes to about 1 in 17 among people with such as . That's 18 times higher than in the general population!
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UnicornLay 19h
Still hoping perform this song in their next concert. This song is masterpiece. The best in XOXO album
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Ice Queen 7h
No father was NOT MURDERED!!! He was an addict that died of a heart attack, a very young Sharlene found her father dead! Sharlene was raised in REAL abuse not entitled white boy bs,
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Prof Nick Linker May 29
**New blog** from Prof Simon Ray , President of reiterating the importance of seeking immediate treatment for and during the coronavirus pandemic:
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CardioSmart 7h
Quitting smoking has major health benefits: 🚭 Within 20min, heart rate decreases 🚭 Within 12hrs, CO levels in the blood decrease 🚭 Within 3mo, risk of a decreases 🚭 After 1yr, risk of is cut in half Here's how to quit:
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European Society of Cardiology May 28
Why is the admission rate for much lower than expected during ? Filippo Crea, Giampaolo Niccoli and discuss some hypotheses.
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TokyoCat May 26
So like I’ve beeen learning a new Kpop dance and I decided to pick Heart Attack!!! ✨✨✨
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K L Mulligan🍀 May 30
Does anyone else almost jump out of their skin when the sheet pan in the oven “pops” unexpectedly? Sheesh.
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World Heart Federation May 29
If you think you're having a or , or you experience any other heart-health-related problem, don't let stop you from calling your doctor or getting to hospital. The medical profession and emergency services are there for you.
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Deepak Sudheendra,MD, RPVI, FSIR May 27
"VTE is THE leading cause of preventable death in US & worldwide." VTE is also 3rd leading cause of CV death behind & but most have never heard of it. Let's make VTE a household name & save lives!
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Prof Nick Linker May 30
Thank you Simon. This is a vital message 👏🏼
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Iola Shaw May 29
“The NHS is there to help you when you need it, irrespective of who you are, so please , and come forward for care when you need it”, says Prof Simon Ray, President of in recent blog:
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Boehringer Ingelheim May 29
We are pleased to partner with on a new trial looking at prevention of in people who have had a .
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SNOWGIRL🧚‍♀️ May 28
🖤 unsaid goodbyes hurts the most...
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Cheshire & Merseyside Health & Care Partnership 11h
It's important during to know the signs of a : Chest feels weighed down, shortness of breath, an overwhelming feeling of anxiety & feeling weak/lightheaded. If you or a loved one experiences heart attack symptoms call 999 immediately:
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Gemma98💕 May 27
Just over two years ago on the 24th May 2018 I got to see for the second time live on tour. One of the best concerts I’ve been to. #2018
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Access One Insurance & Tax 3h
The LAST thing you want to worry about with a serious medical condition is MONEY! Whether a , or , CRITICAL ILLINESS INSURANCE provides lump-sum $$ to YOU. Call AOI to Plan for the unexpected! 321-676-4118 or
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Healthwatch Staffs May 29
Your emergency services are still here to help. If you suspect that someone might be having a heart attack you must dial 999 immediately.
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NHS Dorset CCG 15h
If you think you or a family member are suffering with the symptoms of a you must dial 999 immediately to get help. Our is
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