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Heart Attack Pain Can Vary

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Heart attack is a problem which all of us fear, and those of us who have had heart attacks certainly know the pain and fear it again and again.  But the thing about a heart attack is you don't always have a consistent pain.  The pain can vary over time and it can be different.  [&hellip



Symptoms of a Heart Attack May Be Vague

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There is no doubt that communication of medical information is crucial and it can save lives.  A perfect example is the case of a heart attack patient.  There are classic warning signs including crushing pain in the chest.  Some people describe the pain as if an elephant is standing on their chest.  Other symptoms include [&hellip



Women Can Have Heart Attacks

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Heart disease is a serious problem that can affect women.  One of the things many women don't think is that they can have a heart attack.  The truth of the matter is you can have a heart attack and heart disease is clearly a problem that can be devastating for families because people don't get [&hellip



Heart Attacks in Women

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Heart attack in women isn't exactly consistent most of the time.  Many women who have suffered heart attacks will tell you they did not experience the chest pain or the pain radiating to the jaw.  What they actually experienced with their pain is a feeling of pressure or discomfort, or they just don't feel right.  [&hellip



Is It Anxiety or Heart Attack?

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What's the difference between an anxiety attack and a heart attack?  Clearly, they are important issues.  I think the thing you have to realize is that you have to assume that you're having a heart attack and not having anxiety in the first place.  That's what most people need to do because they need to [&hellip



Weight Linked to Age of First Heart Attack in Women

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A study of nearly 1,000 heart attack patients focused on women finds that the heavier the patients were, the younger they were when they suffered their first heart attack.  Compared to normal weight patients, those in the overweight category were 3.5 years younger when they suffered their heart attacks.  Those in the obese category were [&hellip



Daylight Savings Time, Sleep, and Heart Attacks

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There always seems to be some sort of medical angle related to either the end of daylight savings time or daylight savings time.  Most of the stories focus on issues like sleep deprivation, changes in schedule, confusion, and concerns about the fact that it will start to get dark in the early evening.  But this [&hellip



Chinese Red Yeast Rice and Reduced Heart Attack Risk

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Chinese red yeast rice extract may reduce the risk of repeat heart attacks by nearly one-half.  They tested red yeast rice extract pills versus a placebo on 5,000 Chinese heart attack patients who were followed for five years.  Results showed those taking the red yeast rice pills had a one-third reduction in heart procedures, such [&hellip



A Review of Heart Attack Deaths in Hospitals

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Patients in the hospital who have heart attacks are more likely to die on nights and weekends.  This is an interesting study.  A review of national data on U.S. studies from 2000 to 2007 finds that patients who suffer cardiac arrests in the hospital are more likely to die on nights and weekends compared to [&hellip



Two Medications Given After a Heart Attack May Do More Harm Than Good

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Heart disease kills more Americans annually than any other illness. Now new research shows that a certain combination of medicines commonly given to those who survive a heart attack may actually be doing more harm than good








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