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Prinzmetal's Angina, Variant Angina and Angina Inversa

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Anti-Clotting Drug Lowers Risks in Acute Coronary Syndrome Treatment

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American Heart Association Late-Breaking Clinical Trial Report - Abstract: 26520 - EMBARGOED UNTIL 8AM ET

November 13, 2011

Study Highlights:The anti-clotting drug rivaroxaban reduced the risk of death, heart attack and stroke in patients hospitalized for heart attack or chest pain.However, as with other anti-clotting drugs, patients taking rivaroxaban were more likely to experience major bleeding than patients not taking the...

CDC Reports Uneven Declines in Coronary Heart Disease by State and Race/Ethnicity

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Million Hearts initiative strikes at leading killer of Americans

The number of Americans who report they have coronary heart disease – which includes heart attack and angina (chest pain) – continues to decline but rates vary widely from state to state and by race and ethnicity, according to a new report published today in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

From 2006 to 2010, the number of people in the United States who report...

Health Tip: Suggestions to Help Manage Angina

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Recognize changes to the normal pattern (*this news item will not be available after 01/11/2012)

By Diana Kohnle Thursday, October 13, 2011

(HealthDay News) -- Angina describes the pain and discomfort that occurs when the heart lacks a sufficient supply of oxygenated blood.

The National Heart Lung and Blood Institute offers these suggestions to help manage angina symptoms:Know how long and how vigorously you can exercise without causing angina, and always stop exercising before you...

Cardiac Glossary

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