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Cardiologist's advice on how to prevent heart attacks and stroke

from The Toronto Star

A man suddenly clutches his chest, feeling the weight of an elephant pressing on him, then keels over in pain. Doctors refer to this as a Hollywood heart attack. But for many, the signs aren't so dramatic. The symptoms may not even be sudden or severe. There may be chest discomfort that can feel like a squeezing or burning sensation. There may be pain radiating through the upper body, below the nose and above the navel. And there may be nausea, shortness of breath, a feeling of lightheadedness and a cold and clammy feeling. Understanding how your ticker works — and what can go wrong with it — is essential knowledge for everyone, especially those who have heart disease or are at risk of developing it. more

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