Heart Attack and Atherosclerosis Prevention Index

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About every 43 seconds in the US one in person in the US has a heart attack. Symptoms of heart attack in men and women include chest discomfort and pain in the shoulder, neck, jaw, stomach, or back. Women experience the same symptoms as men; whowever, they also may experience extreme fatigue, pain in the upper abdomen, dizziness, and fainting. You can help yourself prevent a heart attack by leading a healthy lifestyle with diet, exercise, and stress management.


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      In This Article
      Insulin Resistance Article
      • Insulin resistance definition and facts
      • What is insulin resistance?
      • What are the signs and symptoms of insulin resistance?
      • What causes insulin resistance?
      • What is the relationship between insulin resistance and diabetes?
      • What are normal insulin levels?
      • What medical conditions are associated with insulin resistance?
      • Who is at risk for insulin resistance?
      • Which specialties of doctors treat insulin resistance?
      • Is there a test for insulin resistance?
      • Can insulin resistance be cured?
      • Is there a special diet plan for treating insulin resistance?
      • What foods help prevent type 2 diabetes?
      • What about exercise to treat insulin resistance?
      • What medications treat insulin resistance?
      • Can insulin resistance be prevented?
      • What is the prognosis for a person with insulin resistance?
      • What's new in insulin resistance?

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