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Have a Heart-Healthy Life: A Guide to Preventing Heart Disease and Stroke

Do you want to live a longer, healthier life? Learn about important factors that can greatly lower your risk of heart attack, heart disease, and stroke. Taking steps to prevent heart disease is important. These are all part of an overall healthy lifestyle and will help you create a solid prevention ...

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Love Your Heart More This American Heart Month

February, known for celebrating love, naturally highlights the heart as its universal symbol. This makes it fitting that February is also American Heart Month, a time dedicated to focusing on heart health and reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease. Honoring American Heart Month February is about more than just ...

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Understanding High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is typically referred to as “the silent killer.” It is one of the most dangerous, treacherous health conditions. Most people who suffer from it do not manifest any symptoms – and that ‘silence’ can be fatal. High blood pressure can result in a variety of serious ...

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Chest Pain in Men: Symptoms and Causes

Around 659,000 people die in the United States due to heart disease each year. Although chest pain in men is not always the result of heart disease, it’s important to understand its symptoms and causes.  Unrecognized symptoms of chest pain sometimes result in death. Every 40 seconds someone in the U.S. ...

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Spotlighting Cardiovascular Health: It’s American Heart Month

Conveniently placed in the month of Valentine’s Day, where our hearts are at the forefront of our minds, February is American heart month.  This national awareness month was first declared by President Lyndon B. Johnson back in 1964 to tackle the heart disease crisis in America. You can observe ...

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Know More About Silent Heart Attacks

Did you know that almost half of heart attacks have no symptoms? You won’t be able to recognize that it’s a heart attack. You might not experience shortness of breath or pain, which are commonly linked to a heart attack. Physicians Premier, your Bulverde, TX emergency room, shares important ...

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Are You Having a Heart Attack? Learn the Warning Signs

You feel nauseated. Your breathing increases. Your chest tightens, and your arms start to hurt. Is it something that you ate? Or are you having a heart attack and need to rush to your ER in Cibolo? Heart disease remains to be one of the leading causes of death ...

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Life-Saving Facts About Heart Attack

Even with today’s medical advances and readily-available information about chest pain and heart attack, some people are still left confused. This is mainly because the symptoms of heart attack are sometimes intermittent, and different people experience various symptoms. Sometimes the symptoms aren’t very obvious, like shortness of breath, chest ...

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Different Symptoms of Heart Attack in Men and Women

Most people believe that heart attack symptoms manifest exactly the same way for all people. While it is true that there are certain telltale signs such as chest pains and shortness of breath, there are important differences that must be noted with regard to heart attack symptoms, especially among ...

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Corpus Christi Emergency Care: Your Quality Care Center for Heart Attacks and Health Emergencies

Image from In a time where busy-ness is a culture, and over fatigue is trivialized and openly condoned, efforts to promote awareness for heart health must increase. Day in and day out, heart attacks creep on unknowing victims who shrug off the tiredness and heaviness that they’ve been ...

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