The color red ribbon is symbol of heart disease awareness, and February is American Heart Month dedicated to raising awareness about cardiovascular disease.
Often, there are no symptoms of the underlying disease of the blood vessels. A heart attack or stroke may be the first warning of underlying disease.
Symptoms of a heart attack include:
Common symptoms of a stroke
Other symptoms include sudden onset of:
Symptoms of rheumatic heart disease include:
Symptoms of rheumatic fever include:
|Latest Cardiovascular Health Publications|
|1 - Lower Heart Attack Risk in Those with Type O Blood - European Society of Cardiology.|
|2 - Grey Hair Linked to Heightened Heart Disease Risk in Males - European Society of Cardiology.|
|3 - Where Does Blood Come From? How The First Blood Cells Form - Lund University.|
|4 - Drinking Beer May Be Good For Heart Health - Victoria M Indivero.|
|5 - Heart Attack Patients Becoming Younger and More Obese - American College of Cardiology.|
|6 - Frequent Sauna Use Study Shows Less Cardiovascular Events and All-cause Mortality - The JAMA Network Journals.|
|7 - Aortic Aneurysms: Types, Causes, and Treatment - Disabled World.|
|8 - Need for New Approaches to High Blood Pressure Treatment - Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.|
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