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A common drug used to treat type 2 diabetes may reverse the thickening of heart muscle that leads to cardiovascular disease, scientists at the University of Dundee have found.

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According to a June 2010 paper, people in poorer, lower educational neighborhoods have a much higher chance of having a heart attack. And, when they do have heart attacks, they are less likely to have someone perform CPR on them.


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According to a U.S. survey of heart attack patients, the resumption of a normal sex life after a heart attack is highly dependent on whether their doctor discusses sex with them after their heart attack.


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