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5 Heart Attack Signs Women Need to Look Out For Posted by Meria

You’ve likely seen the dramatic Hollywood movie scenes where a man clutches his chest in pain and falls to the floor while having a heart attack. However real life isn’t like the movies and women oftentimes don’t even feel that debilitating chest pressure. This means many women will dismiss what they’re feeling as the flu, acid reflux, or just something that will pass on its own. However, this dismissal can quickly turn deadly because those women usually don’t get the

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Stress Management to Protect Your Heart Posted by Shakira Del Toro

Stress can negatively impact your heart. Here are some simple things to help you manage stress: laughing, resting, exercise, and breathing deeply.

Everything You Should Know About Living with a Pacemaker Posted by control

Pacemakers are a life-changing piece of technology successfully saving lives since 1985. Still, it’s natural for people to feel anxiety when they find out they need one. Irregular heartbeats and cardiac conditions such as bradycardia, syncope, or even heart failure can be reasons for needing a pacemaker. Being informed is the first step to lessening your anxiety. Here are some of the things you should know about living with a pacemaker. Pacemaker Insertion Isn’t a Complicated Procedure Surgical procedures of

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