The American Heart Association Guide to Heart Attack Treatment: The Most Up to Date Information on Treatment Recovery Prevention

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Times Books, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 300 pages
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Everything you need to know to cope after a heart attack - and to prevent another - from the American Heart Association. Whether you're seeking more information about the immediate aftermath of heart attack or guidance in making critical long-term decisions that will affect your future health, this empathetic, reassuring book will help you realize that although a heart attack is indeed a life-altering experience, it need not be the end of life as you know it.

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Each year more than 1.5 million people in the United States suffer a heart attack; about one-third of them die. Survivors of this frightening experience and their families seek reassurance and ... Read full review

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CHAPTER
35
Medications
60
CHAPTER FOUR
86
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The American Diabetes Association is the nation's leading voluntary health organization supporting diabetes research, information, and advocacy. The ADA is the leading publisher of comprehensive diabetes information.

The American Heart Association, based in Dallas, Texas, is the largest voluntary health organization fighting heart disease and stroke, with local affiliates serving the entire United States. Its bestselling cookbook library has more than 4 million copies in print.

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