It's most important to remember anything is possible and that it may be in our power to make a change to prevent a potentially undesirable situation from becoming worse.
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LEWISTON, Maine -- A Maine cardiologist and a team of nurses are being credited with saving the life of a heart attack victim, but it wasn't in an eme...
Some physicians now view coronary artery disease as a gender-specific condition that requires different testing and treatment plans, rather than the traditional uniform approach for both sexes.
Sometimes, emergency heart patients could be better served by staying at the hospital and having more tests rather than being treated and released or discharged.
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