KEY INDICATORS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CAD

The number 1 indicator for if you are at high risk for CAD is your family history and any genetic predisposition you may have been born with.  Once you've established that CAD is something that runs in your family or not (in my case it's an all caps "YES"), the following list of indicators all represent lifestyle and diet choices one can make to put them at greater risk for CAD.

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WHAT TO DO IF YOU OR A LOVED ONE IS HAVING A HEART ATTACK?

It's a nightmare situation, you or someone you are with starts having symptoms of a heart attack.  Once a heart attack starts, each minute that passes reduces a person's chances of survival.  This means that being prepared by having thought about what you should do can make a life or death difference. 

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EVERY SECOND COUNTS - DO NOT PUT OFF SEEKING MEDICAL ASSISTANCE!

If you start researching the statistics for heart attack survival a pattern quickly evolves.  The majority of people who do not survive their first heart attack (or any heart attack after their first) are typically a long distance from a medical center equipped with the proper cardiac emergency facilities or they've waited too long to seek help.

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