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Heart Attack Prevention Directory

A heart attack is caused when blood flow cannot reach the heart muscle and the tissues of the heart muscle begins to die. It is important to try to prevent heart attacks from ever happening by eating a healthy diet and exercising. You can also discuss taking a daily aspirin with your doctor to find out if that treatment would be helpful for you. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how heart attacks are caused, prevented, and much more.

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