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Young, Healthy People Warned Not To Ignore Signs Of Atrial Fibrillation

BOSTON (CBS) – Heart problems are big problems for Americans, but if you think they only affect the elderly, think again. Younger and otherwise healthy people are having heart problems, too, even if they’re in great shape. 355 more words

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PAISAJES PICTORIALISTAS BY TOÑO SÁNCHEZ


“Paisajes pictorialistas”
Barbastro-FOTO
Casa de la Cultura Del 6 al 26 de Octubre
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Organizado por AFIB Asociación fotográfica.

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Moving To a New Beat

Time flies… When you are feeling fine. For me, time moved rather slowly. At least, it did for about two and a half weeks. As of today, I am a month removed from my ablation procedure. 857 more words

The Journey

VICENTE MASCUÑANO EN BARBASTRO FOTO


VICENTE MASCUÑANO
EXPOSICION CENTRO DE CONGRESOS: SALA 3
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ignore teenage girls, the disconnect between the heart and the brain is more than they'd like to think.

Follow your heart, don’t listen to your brain, or vice versa, these were the old adages people provide in your teenage years, it’s not true. Your heart and your brain are very well-connected. 246 more words

Fibbing

Atrial fibrillation.  Or more familiarly, “AFib,” which sounds more domesticated, almost a pet name.  So, AFib: have it, don’t want it, not sure how much I’ll be able to do about it. 654 more words

Personal Reflection

Heart ablation procedure gives a Belleville man new lease on life

ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-Three million Americans are affected by atrial fibrillation, the most common heart rhythm disorder. More common in older people, a Belleville, IL man was diagnosed at age 24. 525 more words

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