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WebMD explains the symptoms of heart failure, such as swelling and shortness of breath.
WebMD explains the Stages of Heart Failure, including lifestyle and treatment guidelines.
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WebMD offers a list of resources for heart failure information.
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WebMD gives your tips for living with heart failure and the lifestyle changes that go with it.
If you are caring for someone with heart failure who has had heart surgery, these tips may help them recover and heal.
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