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American Academy of Pediatrics: “Heart Murmur.”
American Heart Association: “All About Heart Rate (Pulse),” “Heart, How it Works.”
British Heart Foundation: “Hot weather and your heart.”
Cleveland Clinic: “Busting 5 Myths About Blood Pressure and Heart Rate,” “True or False? 6 Common Beliefs About Blood Pressure, Heart Rate,” “22 Amazing Facts About Your Heart.”
Kids Health: “Your Heart and Circulatory System.”
National Council on Strength and Fitness: “Heart Rate Guidelines for Adults and Children.”
March of Dimes: “How Your Baby Grows.”
Medscape: “Evaluation of a Newborn With a Murmur,” “Mortality Rises With High-Normal Heart Rate, but Exercise Limits Effect.”
Mayo Clinic: “Bradycardia.”
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute: “What is a Pacemaker?”
UCLA Sleep Disorders Center: “Heart Disease.”
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