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+Barbara Harris Thank you for your comment! I agree that it is important to know more about any kind of disease and will be glad to supply more information. Hope it will be helpful.
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Esteban Leon

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Midlife Exercises May Have Benefits as Starting Early

http://dovemed.com/article/midlife-exercises-may-have-benefits-as-starting-early/
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Cardio God

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Here's an awesome infographic on healthy and non-healthy foods for your heart. Keep it healthy!

#hearthealth #healthyheart #healthyliving 
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In celebration of American Heart Month this February, we created an infographic that discusses the essential five W’s of heart attacks in women: who, what, when, where and why.
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Cardiac Surgeon

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If you have Hypertension and Snore excessively you are at a serious risk of heart disease.........Read more http://goo.gl/TWfSfm
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Although alcohol typically gets a bad rap, research indicates that #moderatealcoholconsumption is actually beneficial for #cardiovascularhealth
http://genemed.org/how-cholesterol-is-affected-with-alcohol-consumption/
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#Symptom  Checker:

Chest Pain - What does it mean? Depends on whether you're a man or a woman --> http://goo.gl/f6x5kt

#heartattack   #heartdisease  
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#Cardiovascular Disease - Age and Activity
http://bit.ly/1jc9XjZ
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Manipal Hospital Offers Hope to Infants Born with CHD

Congenital heart disease strikes thousands of infants around the world, with approximately nine in every 1,000 births born with some type of congenital heart defect. Such was the case when little  Mikey ( Name changed for privacy reasons ) was born with a rare congenital heart defect affecting his left ventricle as well as both arteries servicing the right ventricle of the heart. The condition caused a bluish tint to – Mikey’s skin, more commonly known as cyanosis, a sign that the blood is poorly oxygenated.
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Manipal Hospital A Life Changing Open Heart Surgery in India On A 31 Weeks Old Baby

Andrea, the long-awaited baby of a young family was born premature and needed a complicated open heart surgery in order to live. This is her story of how she began her life with the help of Manipal's expert heart surgeon.

Weighing a mere 1.3 kgs, after her delivery, Andrea lived her first 2 months in ICU, with 2 large holes in her heart, because she was not able to breathe on her own and get enough oxygen to her heart. After two months of artificial oxygen feed, the doctors knew that this was posing a serious threat to her health.
http://www.placidway.com/article/1333/Manipal-Hospital-A-Life-Changing-Open-Heart-Surgery-in-India-On-A-31-Weeks-Old-Baby
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Alice Peck

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"When people ask me what living with heart disease has taught me, it’s this: Kick the voices in your head to the curb and live each day with fresh eyes to the very best of your ability. Your path in life is unlike anyone else’s, even those who wear the label 'heart patient.' We all live with labels, and it doesn’t do any good to pile on top of them your own limiting beliefs and preconceived ideas about what they mean. It keeps you from living the life you were intended to live. +Rewire Me 
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RxWiki

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Salty foods are bad for for #heart  health! 

What about MEDICINE with sodium in it? Can it harm your heart too?

Find out how sodium pills affect you -->  http://goo.gl/sG4iXK #salt  
 
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Stacie Greenspan

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Your risk of cardiovascular disease may be dependent on your blood pressure!  Make sure you know all about regulating your blood pressure as well as risks for hypertension.

http://tracks.roojoom.com/u/adinakatzy,331/hypertension-preventing-knowing-and-living-with-it,2170
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