The Cardiovascular Center of Excellence contains a wealth of information on how the cardiovascular system works, the diseases that cause it harm, ways doctors can repair it, and most importantly, steps you can take to keep it working well for a lifetime.
You're taking a walk around the block after dinner when you feel pain in your chest. It could be heartburn from the spaghetti and meatballs you enjoyed earlier in the evening Or, you could be having a heart attack. Find out how to distinguish between the 2, and what you should do if you experience chest pain.
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