Lowering Your Risk for a Heart Attack: Are Blood Thinners Right for You?
- What causes a heart attack
- Risk factors that increase your chance for a heart attack
- Treatment options for heart disease that can help prevent a heart attack, including blood thinners
- How to know when you should get emergency help
- Tips to keep your heart healthy
- Questions to ask your healthcare provider
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