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Anger May Increase Your Risk of Heart Attack

Keep your cool; it looks like having a temper may increase your risk of having a heart attack or stroke. Researchers have noticed that rage often precedes an attack AND may be the trigger.

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David Ranta
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Falsley Accused of Murder, Man Released After 23 Years Has Heart Attack After Two Days of Freedom

David Ranta spent 23 years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. He was accused of the 1991 murder of Rabbi Chaskel Werzberger after a failed jewelry heist the year before and was sentenced to 37 1/2 years in prison. Mr. Ranta, 58, was released Wednesday of last week after prosecutors admitted evidence against him has fallen apart over the years.

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Another Unofficial Spokesman For The Heart Attack Grill Dies of a Heart Attack

It’s not called the Heart Attack Grill for nothing; in fact two unofficial spokespersons for the grill have died of a heart attack.  John Alleman, 52, who dressed as a hospital patient when he ate there died from a heart attack this past week

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Doctor Exam
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Umemployment May Cause Heart Attack

There are many things known that cause heart attacks, stress, diabetes, smoking…we can now add unemployment. At some point in your life, if you were unemployed, whether you quit, were fired or were laid off, you may have increased your chances of getting a heart attack.

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