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  1. The Cardiac Recovery Cookbook: Heart Healthy Recipes for Life After Heart Attack or Heart Surgery by M. Laurel Cutlip, 2005-04-15
  2. 8 Steps to a Healthy Heart: The Complete Guide to Heart Disease Prevention and Recovery from Heart Attack and Bypass Surgery by Robert E. Kowalski, 1994-01
  3. The Widow-Maker Heart Attack At Age 48: Written By A Heart Attack Survivor For A Heart Attack Survivor And Their Loved Ones by Patrick J. Fox, 2009-05-07
  4. American Heart Association Guide to Heart Attack Treatment, Recovery, and Prevention by American Heart Association, 1998-01-27
  5. The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Heart Attacks (Cleveland Clinic Guides) by Curtis Rimmerman, 2009-05-05
  6. Caring for the Healing Heart: An Eating Plan for Recovery from Heart Attack by Eleanor Cousins, 1988-08-01
  7. Heart Attack Survivor: A Field Guide by Brad Henson, 2002-03-01
  8. Why Animals Don't Get Heart Attacks but People Do, Fourth Revised Edition by Matthias Rath, 2003-08
  9. Mr. King, You're Having a Heart Attack : How a Heart Attack and Bypass Surgery Changed My Life by Larry; Cohen, B. D. King, 1989
  10. Solved the Riddle of Heart Attacks by Broda O. Barnes, 1976-06
  11. Before the Heart Attacks by H. Robert, Md. Superko, Laura Tucker, 2004-05-01
  12. Why Kill Yourself? My Heart Attack and How to Prevent Yours by Bernard Falk, Roger Blackwood, 1989-10
  13. Hidden Causes of Heart Attack and Stroke: Inflammation, Cardiology's New Frontier by Christian Wilde, 2003-07-15
  14. The 10 Best Questions for Recovering from a Heart Attack: The Script You Need to Take Control of Your Health by Dede Bonner, 2009-05-19

1. American Heart Association
Information and education about heart and stroke disease.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Organizations...... heart attack Warning Signs Chest discomfort - Discomfort in other areas of theupper body - Shortness of breath - Cold sweat, nausea or lightheadedness If
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2. Act In Time To Heart Attack Signs
Surviving a heart attack. Testing for a heart attack. Reducing heart attack Risk. Heart Disease and Medications
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3. Untitled
Lists heartattack signs and warnings, describes what angina feels like, and explains how heart attacks can happen unbeknownst to the patient.
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4. MEDLINEplus: Heart Attack
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute The primary NIH organization for researchon heart attack is the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.
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5. Heart Attack
Offers a personal account of a myocardial infarction by Bob Brand. the afternoon of Wednesday August 12, 1998 I had a heart attack. While sitting at the computer, a feeling of
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An Explosive Situation
A heart attack is sudden. The causes of the heart attack are not. Years of unhealthy heart habits suddenly, unexpectedly, catch up with you. Anywhere. Anytime. A diseased heart is like a ticking timebomb. The heart attack is its explosion. Technically, a heart attack occurs when the supply of nutrient-rich blood to the heart muscle is reduced or stopped. If the blood supply is shut down for a long time, muscle cells die from a lack of oxygen. If enough cells die, the victim will also die. Often, only a small part of the heart muscle is deprived of oxygen so the victim can recover. Why does the blood supply reduce or stop? There are many possibilities. One of the most common is arteriosclerosis , an arterial disease. If blood is unable to flow through the blood vessels, it cannot nourish the body and heart. Is there a way to predict a heart attack? Angina pectoris, or chest pain, is a warning sign of a possible heart attack. Any chest pain should be taken seriously and investigated. Heart attacks are frightening for both the victim and for the victim's companions.

6. Jack Mack And The Heart Attack Home Page
American rhythm and blues and soul band. Information from the band members, discography, sound files, radio station, list of television and movie appearances, photographs, discussion board, and merchandise.
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7. Welcome To ALTACEĀ® (ramipril).com
Discusses the role ace inhibitors play in prevention of stroke, myocardial infarction and cardiovascular risk reduction.
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Terms of Access ALTACE (ramipril) is indicated to reduce the risk of stroke, heart attack, or death from cardiovascular (CV) causes in patients 55 or older who are at high risk for all events either because of a history of CV disease or because of diabetes plus at least one other CV risk factor. Please see Important Warnings and Prescribing Information
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8. Internet Info For Real People - Heart Attack
A personal account written by Bob Brand.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Heart Disease heart attack...... Home The Newtown Bee. Serious as a heart attack. by Bob Brand. L ateon the afternoon of Wednesday August 12, 1998 I had a heart attack.
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L ate on the afternoon of Wednesday August 12, 1998 I had a heart attack. While sitting at the computer, a feeling of indigestion and upper chest pressure came over me. Initially, I thought that a sandwich eaten several hours previously did not agree with my digestive system. I got up, took some anti-acid liquid but the feeling did not subside. I reclined but could not shake the feeling. Fortunately my wife was home. When she witnessed almost a complete loss of facial color and the perspiration, she called 911. EBAY - AN OnLine AUCTION
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From heartinfo.org Discussion about heart function, symptoms of a heart attack, emergency care, tests and treatments.
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10. Heart Attack, Stroke & Cardiac Arrest Warning Signs
Know the warning signs of heart attack, stroke and cardiac arrest, and whatto do if they appear. heart attack, Stroke Cardiac Arrest Warning Signs.
http://www.americanheart.org/presenter.jhtml?identifier=3053

11. Untitled
From heartinfo.org Discussion about recovery, rehabilitation, medications, exercise, lifestyle modifications and depression.
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12. Environmental Tobacco Smoke
American Heart Association secondhand smoke causes heart disease and nearly doubles the risk of heart attack.
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13. NHLBI: National Heart Attack Alert Program
The National heart attack Alert Program (NHAAP) was launched in June 1991 and isthe newest of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute's (NHLBI) national
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OPEC The National Heart Attack Alert Program (NHAAP) was launched in June 1991 and is the newest of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute's (NHLBI) national education programs. The NHAAP has the overall goals of, first, reducing morbidity and mortality from AMI through rapid identification and treatment and, second, heightening the potential for an improved quality of life for patients and family members. What's New? Program Information: Coordinating Committee Information: Health Information: Phone numbers are available in the Abbreviated Staff Directory Home Page Health Information Scientific Resources ... Committees, Meetings, Events

14. 10-year CVD Risk Calculator (Risk Assessment Tool For Estimating Your 10-year Ri
information from the Framingham Heart Study to predict a persons chance of having a heart attack in the next 10 years.
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Risk Assessment Tool for Estimating Your 10-year Risk of Having a Heart Attack The risk assessment tool below uses information from the Framingham Heart Study to predict a personĀ’s chance of having a heart attack in the next 10 years. This tool is designed for adults aged 20 and older who do not have heart disease or diabetes. To find your risk score, enter your information in the calculator below.
Age: years Gender: Female Male Total Cholesterol: mg/dL HDL Cholesterol: mg/dL Smoker: No Yes Systolic Blood Pressure: mm/Hg Are you currently on any medication to treat high blood pressure. No Yes
Total cholesterol - Total cholesterol is the sum of all the cholesterol in your blood. The higher your total cholesterol, the greater your risk for heart disease. Here are the total values that matter to you:
Less than 200 mg/dL 'Desirable' level that puts you at lower risk for heart disease. A cholesterol level of 200 mg/dL or greater increases your risk.
200 to 239 mg/dL 'Borderline-high.'

15. BBC NEWS | Health | Wine Prevents Repeat Heart Attack
Reports a study published in the journal Circulation that suggests sensible wine consumption among middleaged men who have had a heart attack will reduce the risk of a second second one.
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You are in: Health News Front Page Africa Americas ... Programmes SERVICES Daily E-mail News Ticker Mobile/PDAs Text Only ... Help EDITIONS Change to UK Tuesday, 3 September, 2002, 07:10 GMT 08:10 UK Wine prevents repeat heart attack
How to ward off heart attacks?
Scientists say they have found a way for coronary patients to minimise the risk of a second heart attack - drink wine every day. Previous research has shown that drinking wine in sensible amounts may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. But the new research suggests that it might also be an effective way to reduce the risk for people who have already had one heart attack. French researchers found that middle-aged men who had had one heart attack and who drank two or more glasses of wine regularly were 50% less likely than non-drinkers to have a second attack. Dr Michel de Lorgeril, of the Joseph Fourier University of Grenoble, France, and colleagues studied 353 men aged 40 to 60 who had just had heart attacks. There were no significant differences in how severe their heart attacks had been, what drugs they used to treat heart disease or what they ate. The main differences lay in whether the men drank wine.

16. MEDLINEplus Medical Encyclopedia: Heart Attack
heart attack. Rarely, sudden overwhelming stress can trigger a heartattack. It is difficult to estimate exactly how common heart
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Contents of this page: Alternative names Myocardial infarction; MI; Acute MI Definition Return to top A heart attack (myocardial infarction) occurs when an area of heart muscle dies or is permanently damaged because of an inadequate supply of oxygen to that area. Causes, incidence, and risk factors Return to top Most heart attacks are caused by a clot that blocks one of the coronary arteries (the blood vessels that bring blood and oxygen to the heart muscle). The clot usually forms in a coronary artery that has been previously narrowed from changes related to atherosclerosis The atherosclerotic plaque (buildup) inside the arterial wall sometimes cracks, and this triggers the formation of a thrombus, or clot. A clot in the coronary artery interrupts the flow of blood and oxygen to the heart muscle, leading to the death of heart cells in that area. The damaged heart muscle permanently loses its ability to contract, and the remaining heart muscle needs to compensate for it. Rarely, sudden overwhelming

17. Heart Attack - CardiologyChannel
Information on heart attack diagnosis and treatments. Find a cardiologist in your area.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Heart Disease heart attack......A heart attack is when plaque develops in its arteries and preventsan adequate supple of blood from flowing through the heart.
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The heart is a complex, highly specialized muscle that contracts approximately 70 times each minute to pump blood to the head, arms, chest, abdomen, and legs. This pumping action requires oxygen, which is carried in the blood by specialized red blood cells. Three blood vessels, called the coronary arteries , supply the heart with blood and oxygen. Over time, plaques made of cholesterol and other substances can develop in these arteries and partially block the flow of blood. Occasionally, the surface of one of these plaques can burst or rupture. When this happens, a blood clot may form on top of the plaque, further blocking blood flow in the artery. If a blood clot becomes large enough, it can completely block the flow of blood through the coronary artery. This makes the heart muscle

18. NHLBI, ANGINA
Detailed look at this disorder covering what it is and what brings it on, heart attack and angina, diagnosis, treatment, exercise, stable and unstable angina, and the types.
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What is angina? ANGINA PECTORIS ("ANGINA") IS A recurring pain or discomfort in the chest that happens when some part of the heart does not receive enough blood. It is a common symptom of coronary heart disease (CHD), which occurs when vessels that carry blood to the heart become narrowed and blocked due to atherosclerosis Angina feels like a pressing or squeezing pain, usually in the chest under the breast bone, but sometimes in the shoulders, arms, neck, jaws, or back. Angina is usually precipitated by exertion. It is usually relieved within a few minutes by resting or by taking prescribed angina medicine. What brings on angina? Episodes of angina occur when the heart's need for oxygen increases beyond the oxygen available from the blood nourishing the heart. Physical exertion is the most common trigger for angina. Other triggers can be emotional stress, extreme cold or heat, heavy meals, alcohol, and cigarette smoking. Does angina mean a heart attack is about to happen?

19. After Your Heart Attack
What is a heart attack? A heart attack occurs when the arteries that supply blood to the heart muscle, become blocked.
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You've had a Heart Attack - What Now What Information do You NEED to Know?
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What is a heart attack?
A heart attack occurs when the arteries that supply blood to the heart muscle, become blocked. Blood carries oxygen to the heart muscle. When the blood flow is stopped or slowed down, the muscle does not receive the oxygen it needs, and pain, called angina, occurs. If the flow of blood and oxygen are stopped long enough, some of the heart muscle will die. This is a heart attack. Damage to the heart may be slight, with little impact in the ability of the heart to function. A "massive" heart attack significantly reduces the ability of the heart muscle to pump. It may also effect the functioning of the valves in the heart. Typical symptoms include chest tightness, burning or pressure. Often this discomfort is also felt in the left shoulder, left arm and hand, and sometimes in the neck and/or jaw. Other symptoms include nausea, vomiting, sweating, dizziness, and skin that is cold to the touch. Somtimes symptoms are not typical, and include shortness of breath and fatigue. What Do I NEED to Know for My Safety and Well-Being
  • Recognize YOUR symptoms of heart pain, they may not be the same as other peoples
  • 20. Early Heart Attack Care
    EHAC, Early heart attack Care, promotes awareness of the early symptoms of heartattacks, prevents serious damage, and saves lives maybe your life.
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