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Susan Lucci Heart Attack Drama

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, Heart and Cardiovascular, Heart Attacks by Garry Messick0 Comments

Soap star Susan Lucci looks like the poster child for healthy aging. At 72, she could pass for someone decades younger.

In recent months, Harper’s Bazaar magazine hailed her as “hotter than ever.” Women’s Health called her a “fitness badass.”

But recently, when the “All My Children” actress was shopping, she felt a strange sensation in her chest.

Lucci was in a store, and had just handed her purchases to a saleswoman.

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What Really Killed Luke Perry?

In Featured Article, Health Warning, Heart and Cardiovascular, Heart Attacks, Stroke by Garry Messick0 Comments

Luke Perry’s fans were shocked when they heard he died Monday of a stroke.

The hunky star of “Beverly Hills, 90210” was only 52.[i]

Isn’t that too young to have a fatal stroke?

Strokes are typically associated with the elderly. But more than a third of the people who have one are under 65.[ii]

And youthfulness can actually work against them, according to Dr.

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Everyone Over 50 Needs This Heart Test

In All Health Watch, Featured Article, General Health, Heart and Cardiovascular, Heart Attacks by INH Research0 Comments

When your doctor determines your risk of heart disease, chances are he or she uses a standard cardiac risk equation.

It’s a formula that takes into account your blood pressure, cholesterol, and triglyceride readings. And it looks at whether you are a smoker, have diabetes, have a family history of heart trouble, or are overweight.

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Look in the Mirror to See If You Have This Major Heart Attack Risk Factor

In All Health Watch, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, General Health, Heart and Cardiovascular, Heart Attacks by INH Research1 Comment

Being overweight…having chest pain…having a bad diet…lack of exercise…a family history of heart disease.

Everybody knows these are signs that a heart attack could be in your future.

But a new study shows there’s a major risk factor that you can see by looking in the mirror.

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