Traditional risk factors load the gun, stress pulls the trigger « CBS Philly

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Psychology Offers AVariety Of Options Says Philadelphia Psychologist « CBS Philly.
There is a strong mind-body connection in heart disease and other chronic illnesses. As I tell my patients, ‘When it comes to heart disease, traditional risk factors load the gun, stress pulls the trigger.’

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Why young and middle aged women have a tougher time recovering from a heart attack | Watch News Videos Online

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Why young and middle aged women have a tougher time recovering from a heart attack Mon, Feb 9: A new study finds explains the factors that contribute to worse heart attack recovery for young and middle-aged women. Jennifer Palisoc reports. via Why young and middle aged women have a tougher time recovering from a heart […]

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5-Emotional Stages after a Heart Attack

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A cardiac event such as a heart attack is a major traumatic event in one’s life. Heart attack in many cases, results in a range of emotions a person feels. In some case the “cardiac spouse” may experience similar feelings too. All of a suddenRead more…

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Toxic Thoughts That Impact Your Health and Your Recovery?

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Toxic Thoughts That Impact Your Health and Your Recovery

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A heart attack is a major trauma to the body, which results in a wide range of emotions one feels after such a traumatic heart event. For some the feeling may be more intense, while, for other people, itRead more…

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Heredity is not destiny when it comes to cardiovascular disease

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Women with heart risk | Harvard Gazette

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Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women in the United States, deadlier than all forms of cancer combined. To make matters worse, in women the symptoms of cardiovascular disease may present differently than in men, and both treatments andRead more…

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