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Created On: 09/11/2002 08:48 AM

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Having resistant hypertension doesn't mean your blood pressure will never get lower. In fact, if you and your doctor can identify what's behind your persistently high blood pressure, there's a good chance you can meet your goal with the help of treatment that's more effective:- For More Visit.

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 04/15/2015 12:03 PM

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Women who have been divorced once, or men who have been divorced at least twice, are more likely to have a heart attack than people who get and stay married, according to a new study.

“The negative health consequences of divorce have been known for some time,” said lead author Matthew E. Dupre of Duke Clinical Research Institute in Durham, North Carolina.

Remarriage only reverses the risk for men, the researchers also found. And for women divorced at least twice, the heart attack risk was comparable to that of having diabetes or high blood pressure.

The researchers analyzed data on more than 15,000 adults ages 45 to 80 at the beginning of the study period, who had been married at least once and were followed from 1992 to 2010.

At the outset, 14% of men and 19% of women were divorced. By the end of the study, more than a third of people had gone through at least one divorce.

 

Over the 18-year study period, 1211 people suffered a heart attack, and this was more likely to happen to those who had been divorced, according to the April 14 online paper in Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes. The authors accounted for age, socioeconomic, behavioral and health factors.

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 01/16/2013 04:06 PM

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Comet: I've never heard of that treatment. How old is he? How well is he doing?
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 12/18/2012 01:50 PM

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A friend of mine just had a heart attack, because of severe coronary blockages. He had to have a triple bypass to route blood around the blocked coronary arteries (those that supply the heart). Usually they use someone's leg vein or a cadaver vein to do this. However in this case because he was young, they used a vein from his arm. They intimated that a new vein would grow in its place! Is that really the case?
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 08/05/2012 10:56 AM

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Originally posted by: CARRIE

I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE SYMPTOMS OF A HEART ATTACKS ALL THE SYMPTOMS?

Basic symptoms of heart attack are this:
Chest discomfort or pain, Upper body pain, Stomach pain, Shortness of breath, Anxiety, Lightheadedness, Sweating and Nausea and vomiting.
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 01/07/2012 05:18 AM

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Yes true sometimes you never know about it. Chest discomfort or pain,upper body pain,shortness of breath,anxiety,sweating,nausea and vomiting these are all typical symptons.



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 08/09/2011 10:27 AM

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I heard that sometimes you can have a heart attack and not know about it. Is that true?
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 04/08/2011 04:05 PM

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Carrie, the following link has information you are looking for-http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=4595
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 09/11/2002 01:21 PM

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Can't say i know all of them off the top of my head but for heart attack symptoms include dizziness/lightheadedness kind of like a fever cold sweats chest pain nausea amongst others OF course looking at this partial list it would seem indistinguishable from something like pneumonia with high fever- Your best indicators would be a history of other cardiovascular problems- Its probably best to just check with a doctor to get your cardiovascular measurements (blood work etc.) with your general check up if you are really worried. Your doctor can then assess whether you are at risk if nothing else.
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 09/11/2002 08:48 AM

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I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE SYMPTOMS OF A HEART ATTACKS ALL THE SYMPTOMS?
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