How long can you live with heart disease?

How long can you live with heart disease? In the United States, approximately 92.1 million adults have a form of heart disease or have problems that are related to stroke. In fact, one in seven deaths in the U.S. is attributed to heart disease. While these statistics may seem rather grim, the truth is, if…

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How Many Beats per Minute is Heart Attack?

How Many Beats per Minute is Heart Attack? According to the American Heart Association, 2,300 Americans die of heart disease every day—accounting for about 1 out of every 3 to 4 deaths annually. At Tri-City Cardiology—with offices in Mesa, Scottsdale, Gilbert, and San Tan, Arizona—our experienced cardiologists are doing their part to improve the heart health…

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Would You Know if You had Heart Disease?

Would You Know if You had Heart Disease? If you had heart disease, would you know it? Maybe not. It is possible to have heart disease and not realize it because not all cardiac problems come with clear warning signs. Heart disease does not always cause someone to clutch at their chest and fall immediately…

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Can you have heart attack without pain?

Can you have heart attack without pain The Hollywood image of an older man clutching his chest dramatically as he falls to the floor has given many people an unrealistic expectation of what heart attacks look like in real life. Certainly, heart attacks can cause sudden, severe chest pains. However, the exact symptoms vary widely.…

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Why Does My Chest Hurt? 5 Causes of Chest Pain & Tightness

Understanding Chest Pain With Our Tri-City Cardiology Staff Have you ever had chest pain and tightness before? This can be a distressing experience and one that should always be taken seriously. At Tri-City Cardiology, serving Mesa, Gilbert, San Tan Valley, and Scottsdale, our cardiology team are proud to be leaders in cardiovascular care and are committed to educating…

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What is pre stroke?

What is pre stroke? Nearly 800,000 people suffer strokes in the U.S. each year, according to the Internet Stroke Center, and almost 700,000 of those are first-time strokes. In fact, stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the U.S., after heart disease, cancer, chronic respiratory disease, and unintentional injuries. Knowing the very early…

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