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Patients with coronary artery disease have narrowed arteries, preventing normal blood flow from reaching the heart. Most people know that coronary artery disease can be a precursor to a heart attack, but did you know there are several forms of this heart complication? Understanding the various forms of coronary artery disease is essential for optim ...

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Risk Factors and Complications of Congestive Heart Failure

Did you know some patients are at a higher risk of developing congestive heart failure based on certain medical conditions, physical conditions, or lifestyle choices? Plus, additional health complications can develop in other organs once a patient has reached the point of congestive heart failure. Let’s take a closer look at some of the risk…
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Health Conditions that May Lead to Congestive Heart Failure

Congestive heart failure develops when the heart has weakened and cannot function as it should. This condition prevents the heart from pumping blood properly or gathering enough blood to maintain proper blood flow. Congestive heart failure is chronic and usually worsens over time, but progression can be slowed and managed through certain medications and lifestyle…
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Congestive Heart Failure FAQs

If you are concerned about congestive heart failure for yourself or a loved one, it’s wise to ask questions, seek out information, and learn about this condition. A solid understanding can help you identify the warning signs and seek treatment if congestive heart failure has developed. Is Congestive Heart Failure and Cardiovascular Disease the Same…
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Part 4 – Unavoidable Factors That May Contribute to Cardiovascular Disease

While certain risk factors of cardiovascular disease can decrease with lifestyle changes, there are unavoidable factors that patients can have through no fault of their own.
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