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heart

tv. to love someone or something. (Teens.) She’s hearting him more every day.
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You can have a lethal disturbance without having any [preexisting physical] damage to the heart," Verrier notes.
But it would be wonderful if they could know their son's heart is bringing a lot of comfort to families going through the same agonizing decision today they went through 11 years ago.
Aspirin is also important if you think you're having a heart attack.
During her six hour-plus surgery, her heart and lungs were removed from her body and hooked up to a heart and lung machine, while arteries taken from her leg were used to replace the blocked ones in her heart.
Circulation: The Journal of the American Heart Association, 2003, Vol.
Pulseless v tach is where the heart is beating so fast that the relaxation phase of the heart is not long enough for the blood to refill the chambers of the heart.
As a result, most heart attack victims wait 2 or more hours after their symptoms begin before they seek medical help.
The Sacred Heart also speaks of forgiveness to our human heart.
Q: Why is the link between inflammation and heart disease a breakthrough?
There are also multiple studies indicating that heart disease can follow depression.
Heart failure is primarily "an illness of the elderly," notes JoAnn Lindenfeld, MD, director of the cardiology transplant program at the University of Colorado.
With this expanded indication, Capoten will be the only angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitor that has been shown to improve long-term survival in these patients when initiated early following a heart attack.
Today, The Heart Truth First Ladies Red Dress Collection, presented by Quaker Oatmeal, opened at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum.
Although there's concern about potential side effects, including heart attacks (SN: 1/18/03, p.
When it comes to the heart, cardiologists say men and women really are different.