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Signs That You May Have Heart Disease

March 1, 2020

From the U.S. News & World Report website

Take care of your heart – before you have a scare. “Waiting for the symptoms sometimes can be treacherous,” says Dr. Clyde Yancy, chief of cardiology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. 

With sudden cardiac arrest, collapse and even death can occur immediately when the heart unexpectedly stops beating. While clinicians emphasize that recognizing symptoms of heart attack or other cardiac problems can be lifesaving, the focus should be on preventing a heart attack in the first place.

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