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I’ve had a heart attack. How can I prevent another one?

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The goal after a heart attack is to keep the heart healthy and cut the risks of having another one. The best way to ward off future attacks is to take your medications, change your lifestyle, and see your doctor for regular heart checkups.

From: Heart Disease and Heart Attacks WebMD Medical Reference

Reviewed by James Beckerman on November 05, 2018
Reviewed by James Beckerman on November 05, 2018

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