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Mayo Clinic Q & A: Regardless of risk, take steps to protect heart health

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I am a 37-year-old man and have no health problems, but both of my parents have heart disease. My dad had his first heart attack at age 50. Are there things I can do now to prevent it, or is heart disease inevitable for me because of my family history? ANSWER: Based […]

Former NBA player Anthony Mason has died at age 48

Anthony Mason, who spent 13 years playing in the NBA has died at age 48, according to ESPN. Mason was diagnosed with congestive heart failure at the beginning of February and died early Saturday after suffering a heart attack, according to Yahoo. Show More Summary

Anthony Mason, who suffered a heart attack two weeks ago, died earlier this morning.

19 hours agoSports : Deadspin

Anthony Mason, who suffered a heart attack two weeks ago, died earlier this morning. Mason began his career in foreign countries and the US minor leagues, but rose to become a key member of the successful Pat Riley-led Knicks teams of the early 1990s. He was 48. [ New York Daily News ] Read more...

Former Knicks forward Anthony Mason dies at the age of 48

The former member of the Knicks and Heat passed away after having heart surgery. Former Knicks power forward Anthony Mason passed away early Saturday morning after suffering a massive heart attack earlier this month, the New York Daily News reported. Show More Summary

Anthony Mason, Powerful Knicks Forward, Dies At 48

Anthony Mason, whose tough and bruising play helped propel the Knicks to many memorable seasons in the 1990s, passed away today at age 48. He had suffered a massive heart attack earlier this month. [ more › ]

Medical News Today: Angry outbursts may raise the risk of heart attack

A new study by researchers from Australia provides further evidence that angry outbursts can trigger a heart attack - particularly in people at high risk.

Gary Johnson Fakes Heart Attack At CPAC

The former New Mexico governor was mocking the belief that marijuana causes heart attacks. During the panel discussion, moderated by Hot Air Editor-At-Large Mary Katharine Ham, Johnson very clearly objected to his anti-pot counterpart Anne Marie Buerkle‘s assertion that people have a higher chance of having a heart attack after smoking marijuana. “You know, I think [...]

Journalist Behind Bars Since 2009 Suffers Heart Attack in Prison

The imprisoned journalist Massoud Bastani was transferred to the hospital on February 20, 2015, following a heart attack inside Shahid Rajaee Prison. The health conditions of Bastani, 37, who has been in prison since his arrest in the...Show More Summary

Medical News Today: 'Risk of bleeding' if recent heart attack patients take NSAID painkillers

Drugs such as ibuprofen, taken even just for a few days, have been found to raise the risk of bleeding in patients taking anti-clotting drugs such as aspirin after a heart attack.

Gary Johnson Fakes a Heart Attack During CPAC Marijuana Debate

yesterdayNews : Mediaite

Speaking on a panel Thursday at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson faked a heart attack on stage to prove a point about marijuana legalization.

Most doctors seem to time-travel to the 1800s when it comes to nutrition

For over 30 years, dietary fat has been seen as a major cause of heart attacks, strokes and cancer. This has been a health catastrophe. Ancel Keys’s ‘Seven Countries’ study,… Continue reading The post Most doctors seem to time-travel to the 1800s when it comes to nutrition appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

Actress and Singer Demi Lovato Rushed to the ER

Demi Lovato was reportedly rushed to the hospital on last Tuesday. You can relax though, it’s nothing too serious. The “Heart Attack” singer had apparently developed a lung infection, and was taken to the emergency room at the Providence Tarzana Medical Center in California on Feb. Show More Summary

Women Don’t Seek Help For Heart Attacks Because They Worry About Seeming Too Emotional

How gender roles can have a tangible impact on women's health. The post Women Don’t Seek Help For Heart Attacks Because They Worry About Seeming Too Emotional appeared first on ThinkProgress.

6 Surprising Heart Attack Triggers

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Some heart attack risk factors are common knowledge. The average person knows, for example, that obesity, diabetes and hypertension can lead to an increased risk. And behaviors like smoking and a sedentary lifestyle are well-known risk factors as well. Show More Summary

Women May Not Seek Help for Heart Attacks Because They Fear Being Seen as Hypochondriacs

Women under 55 who are hospitalized for heart attacks are twice as likely to die as hospitalized men of the same age group, resulting in a whopping 15,000 women under 55 dying of heart disease every year. One big reason for that giant discrepency is that women are less likely to seek help when they first start experiencing symptoms. Show More Summary

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Deadspin 5 Minutes Of South Carolina Newscast Wasted Reporting Fake Disney News | Gizmodo Two Ex-Army Rangers Believe Flip Flops And Sarongs Will Defeat ISIS | Jezebel Women Suffer From Heart Attacks to Avoid Being Called 'Hysterical' | Kotaku Real-Life Batsuit Tested with Fists and Knives | Read more...

Women Suffer From Heart Attacks to Avoid Being Called 'Hysterical'

Of all of the maladies that affect women's health, the biggest—and sadly, often most silent—threat is heart disease, responsible for the deaths of one in four women. Read more...

Honesty is the Best Branding Policy

Summary: We are some of the lucky ones. Our tobacco-addicted father is still alive. Our father smoked for over 25 years. He quit for five years, then started smoking again. He finally quit after his third heart attack, when a nurse told him he had better stop or she would be seeing him again in 30 days, and she, herself, was a smoker. Show More Summary

Safety and life-saving efficacy of statins have been exaggerated

Hailed as miracle drugs when they hit the market two decades ago, statins, the cholesterol-lowering drugs prescribed to prevent heart attacks, are not as effective nor as safe as we have been led to believe, say Dr. David M. Diamond, a professor of psychology, molecular pharmacology and physiology at the University of South Florida, and Dr. Show More Summary

Florida Man Dies Doing What He Loved: Fighting Batman

Sure, when it's your time to split you could die of a heart attack or stroke like everyone else—or you could go down swinging with a little chin music from the World's Greatest Detective, like Stephen Merrill did earlier this month. Read more...

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