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What You Need to Know About Silent Heart Attacks

Posted by North Ohio Heart | Ohio Medical Group on Thu, Feb 16, 2017

Whenever characters in movies or television shows have heart attacks, the event is portrayed as dramatic—and there’s rarely any doubt about what’s happening. Because of this, many people expect heart attacks to come with chest-clutching pain and collapse. However, according to research from the Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study, 45 percent of heart attacks are considered “silent heart attacks.”

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Topics: cardiovascular health, Cardiovascular risk factors, Cardiac Arrest

An Attitude of Gratitude for Heart Health

Posted by Deanna Kidd on Tue, Jul 06, 2010

I found a great article called “Thank Your Way to a Happy Heart” which is so fabulous, I only want to offer you some teasers, so you’ll read it for yourself. In a nutshell, the article says that by shifting our emotions from negative, stressful feelings like frustration and anger, to positive ones like gratitude, appreciation and love, we do our hearts and our bodies a big favor. When we make that shift, we’re moving from the sympathetic to a parasympathetic state.

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Topics: hearts, cardiologist, heart health, Cardiovascular risk factors, lower blood pressure

Fast Food, Heart Health and Impatience All Around

Posted by Deanna Kidd on Wed, Apr 28, 2010

A new study that will be detailed in a forthcoming issue of the journal Psychological Science talks about the connection between fast food and a life of impatience. It seems a bit like the chicken and the egg, or in this case, the chicken nuggets or the Egg McMuffin.

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Topics: heart disease, heart health, Cardiovascular risk factors, slow food, fast food

Lack of Vitamin D may Increase Risk of Heart Disease

Posted by W. Scott Sheldon, DO, FACC on Wed, Jan 06, 2010


Research reported in Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association, showed that adults with hypertension (high blood pressure) may be more likely to have cardiovascular problems if they also have vitamin D deficiency.

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Topics: cardiology cleveland, heart disease, doctor sheldon, Lack of Vitamin D, Lack of Vitamin D may Increase Risk of Heart Disea, Coronary heart disease risk, cardiologist, Cardiovascular risk factors, Risk of Heart Disease, high blood pressure, cardiology doctors cleveland, hypertension

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