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  • Risk Factors for Heart Attacks(01:22)
  • Hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes, and smoking are all risk factors for a heart attack.
  • Date: December 23, 2009
  • Source: ICYOU.com
  • Women's Heart Attack Risk Factors You Shou...(02:09)
  • Heart disease is the number one cause of death for women. It kills more people than all the cancers combined. Your waist size, how much caffeine you d...
  • Date: December 10, 2012
  • Source: Ivanhoe
  • How to Survive a Heart Attack(03:57)
  • Cardiologist Dr. John Kennedy and pediatrician Dr. Jim Sears explain the signs and symptoms of a heart attack and highlight the major risk factors. Pl...
  • Date: February 07, 2014
  • Source: The Doctors
  • Risk Factors and Prevention of Alzheimer's...(01:55)
  • Not all memory loss is normal as your grow older. WatchMojo.com learns about the risk factors associated with Alzheimer’s, and also gets some tips for...
  • Date: November 08, 2011
  • Source: WatchMojo
  • 5 Risk Factors For Heart Disease(01:00)
  • Learn what are the five risk factors for heart disease from Dr. Dennis Finkielstein.
  • Date: July 11, 2013
  • Source: Howcast
  • Heart Attack Signs In Women, from Sharon M...(02:14)
  • Mayo Clinic cardiologist Sharon Mulvagh, MD, had some important information to share with us regarding the signs of a heart attack in women. The most...
  • Date: February 24, 2014
  • Source: Mondays with Marlo
  • The Signs Of A Heart Attack For Women, Fro...(01:38)
  • Actress and comedian Rosie O'Donnell gave us some incredibly helpful information—including an original song!—about the signs of a heart attack for fem...
  • Date: February 10, 2014
  • Source: Mondays with Marlo
  • Heart Attack Deaths More Common on Nights ...(01:00)
  • According to a recent study performed by the Mayo Clinic, heart attacks that happen on nights and weekends are more likely to result in a fatality.
  • Date: January 23, 2014
  • Source: GeoBeats

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