It can be easy to confuse panic attack symptoms with those of a heart attack. Find out the difference.
Heart attack and sudden cardiac arrest are not the same — and knowing the signs of each may save your life. FInd out more about the differences from a cardiologist.
Not all chest pain is serious, yet the symptoms of heart attack vary widely. Our expert explains.
Heart attacks aren’t always as sudden or obvious as the ones you see on TV. Learn to recognize the early signs of a heart attack. You might save a life.
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An intense, squeezing chest pain isn’t what most people feel when they’re having a heart attack. A cardiologist explains the more common, yet more subtle symptoms.
Most people who have a heart attack have traditional symptoms. But about 20 to 30 percent of us have atypical symptoms — or no symptoms at all. Discover what you should do, and when.