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John Perotti was mowing the lawn outside his Utah home office when he felt what he thought was “heartburn from hell.” He headed indoors for some homemade chicken noodle soup hoping that would soothe him.
Ginger Zimmerman, a longtime American Heart Association volunteer, is suffering from complications and needs a second heart transplant.
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The public has only a couple of weeks to tell the Food and Drug Administration what it thinks about its proposed plan to regulate all tobacco products, including cigars, electronic cigarettes, hookah tobacco and nicotine gels.
Heart failure patients living in low socioeconomic neighborhoods are more likely to be readmitted to the hospital than those in more affluent neighborhoods, according to a new study.
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