Asia'S Lonely Hearts

  • Hearts

    HABITS OF THE HEART: HOW TO BUILD CHARACTER IN THE YOUNG A. INTRODUCTION (Taken from Habits of the Heart, a teaching video by Elmer Towns, Church Growth Institute, Lynchburg, VA, 1994) 1. Formation of Character Thinking / Understanding Accomplishments / Habits   Belief / Conviction   CHARACTER  Actions /_Life Expectations /_Vision_________ 

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  • Heart Disease

    Coronary Artery Disease The term heart disease is used to describe various types of heart conditions. Heart disease is the leading cause of deaths in the United States. It is also a leading cause in disability in the United States. More than 616,000 Americans die each year because of heart disease (National Center 2012). In 2010, all cardiovascular diseases together projected to cost $444.2 billion according to the American Heart Association (National Center 2012). In the United States, coronary

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  • The Heart

    and little heart-shaped candies on Valentine's Day? Do you ever cross your heart when making a promise that you really, really mean? Or turn on the radio to hear a guy singing about his broken heart? We see and hear about hearts everywhere. A long time ago, people even thought that their emotions came from their hearts, maybe because the heart beats faster when a person is scared or excited. Now we know that emotions come from the brain, and in this case, the brain tells the heart to speed up

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  • Heart

    Homework What is coronary heart disease? Coronary heart disease is the name for the disease in which your hearts blood supply is blocked or partially blocked by a build-up of fatty acids, such as cholesterol and other waste substances, in the coronary arteries. This makes the arteries narrower and restricts blood flow. Arteries are ‘tubes’ that carry blood away from the heart. The coronary arteries are the first vessels that branch off from the aorta. The aorta is the largest artery in the body

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  • Heart Disease

    Heart disease is accountable for more than 30% of all deaths; over 90% of the causes of this disease are preventable and controllable. The name heart disease is also known as coronary artery disease. The arteries are the blood vessels that supply blood to and from the heart. When the blood vessels are blocked, normal blood flow is lost to the heart. The blockage is caused by plaque, which contains large amounts of cholesterol. This plaque builds up on the inside of the coronary arteries and

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  • Heart Disease

    What is heart disease? Heart disease is a broad term used to describe diseases of the heart and the blood vessels around and through the heart. There are more than Eighty millions Americans that are affected by one or more types of heart disease. (Donatelle., 2011) This is a staggering number of Americans that have this disease. While this statistic does entail all of the different types of heart diseases we can get it still goes to show how much we are affect by problems with our hearts. While some

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  • The Rental Heart

    The Rental Heart is a short story written by Kirsty Logan. In this science fiction story we follow the main characters use of rental hearts. You can rent hearts as many times as you want to, and you can put them in your chest, so whenever you get your heart broken, you can just go to the rental store and rent a new one, and that’s what this story is about. The Rental Heart isn’t written chronologic, so it leaps in time. In this story the narrator also uses flashbacks: “Jacob was as solid and golden

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  • Heart Attack

    BEL 492 PRESENTATION 2 OUTLINE “HEART ATTACKS” NAME : AMIRRUL AMMAR BIN ADAM MATRIX NO. : 2012846772 LECTURER : DR. ZAMNAH HUSIN Introduction I. We are at higher risk of getting a cardiovascular disease if your male family members like your father or brother has suffered a heart attack before the age of 55, or your female relatives have suffered one before the age of 65. II. The risk is elevated to a 50% chance if both your parents have cardiovascular disease before

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  • The Rental Heart

    Essay - The Rental Heart DELPRØVE 1 Delprøve 1a 1. | Rebecca could see that her cousin had growed several inches since they had met two Christmases ago. | | Had grown | | Dette gøres fordi men på engelsk danner førtider med have + kort tillægsform | 2. | The organisers should have foreseen the shortage of space, and at the press conference they reluctantly admitted that it had led to chaotically situations in the pool area. | | Had led to chaotical | | Chaotically får fjernet

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  • Indonesia, Asia's Stumbling Giant

    Case Study: Indonesia, Asia’s Stumbling Giant What political factors explain Indonesia’s poor economic performance, what were the factors and were they related? From 1967 to 1998 President Suharto used a “crony capitalism” style of government to control his country, (Hill, 2013). In this style of government, leaders such as Suharto can favor the business enterprises of his supporters and family. Instead of placing money in the country’s infrastructure or possibly better ran companies, Suharto

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  • Heart Attack

    a family history of a father that died of a heart attack at 46, a mother who died of a stroke at 56, his sedentary lifestyle, and smoking a pack a day for twenty-five years. Elevated vitals are indicators of pain, sharp; burning pain in the epigastric area is worrisome of a possible heart attack. However, negating factors leaning me towards an anxiety attack are that he may be experiencing anxiety due to the fact that his father died at 46 of a heart attack and now he is 46. This may be causing

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  • Lonely Planet

    Lonely Planet Lonely planet is one of the largest publishers of travel guide books in the world. The company was originally founded by an adventurous newly married English couple, Tony and Maureen Wheeler who travelled to Asia and then Australia in 1970s and after years of struggle the company grew internationally with success. In this essay, it is tried to study the environment of this company with the emphasis on management concepts which were studied in “Competitive Advantage through People”

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  • Heart

    Wednesday, February 11, 2009 Heart Attack In the reading heart attack a girl named Shauna was in a desperate search for a decent job to keep her on her feet. In September of 1993 Shauna discovered an ad at the local college for a part time bookkeeper for a man named Mr. Hamid. Mr.Hamid owned a company called ESD, it was a property management company. He owned numerous apartment complexes in Santa Monica and West Hollywood California and needed someone to do accounts payable and accounts receivable

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  • Heart

    a human heart. Each structure of the heart has a different function and a different location. The hearts size is the about the size of a human fist. It takes in deoxygenated blood through the veins and brings it to the lungs to get oxygenated and then pumps it into the various arteries. The heart is in a fluid filled cavity called the pericardial cavity. The walls and the lining of the heart are membranes which are called pericardium. Its function is to lubricate the heart and to prevent

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  • Technologically Lonely

    Technologically Lonely Hey, Hey! The old lady kept on yelling at the paper boy, yet he never noticed her. He had just hit her right in the face with the Sunday edition, but he could not realize anything that had happened. Because the paperboy was listening to his iPod, he was in his own world, caring about no one. It is clear that as newer technologies are widely available, teenagers are among the first ones to embrace its use. Unfortunately, in recent years, mp3 players, cell phones, and portable

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  • Hearts

    February 11 Hearts ‘R Us Hearts ‘R Us (“Hearts” or “the Company”) is an early-stage research and development medical device company. Hearts has no current products in the marketplace but is in the final stages of going to market with the Heart Valve System. All preliminary trials have been approved by the FDA, and the Company is in the final trial; once the final trial is complete, the Company will present the product to the FDA for final approval. If approved by the FDA, the Heart Valve System

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  • Lonely Planet Cases

    their attractiveness to customers. A reason for that is certainly that the overall shopping experience created in a shopping mall or a corner store is very different from shopping with a web browser. As for a traditional travel guide book publisher, Lonely Planet, it also can use this good opportunity to release new product in order to change customers’ ideas about this company, which can help the company to change its impression of traditional consumers. Besides, it can also address consumers’ concerns

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  • Heart Disease

    What Is Heart Disease? The topic of heart disease usually centers on heart attacks but there are many other problems that can compromise heart functions, injure the heart tissues, or cause heart disease. Most of the major problems include coronary artery disease, heart failure, arrhythmias, and cardiomyopathy. The following slides will present these heart problems and their warning signs 2.Heart disease facts Heart disease refers to several conditions that affect the heart and blood

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  • Indonesia—Asia’s Stumbling Giant

    Indonesia—Asia’s Stumbling Giant Indonesia is a vast country. Its 220 million people are spread out over some 17,000 islands that span an arc 3,200 miles long from Sumatra in the west to Irian Jaya in the east. It is the world’s most populous Mus- lim nation—some 85 percent of the population count themselves as Muslims—but also one of the most eth- nically diverse. More than 500 languages are spoken in the country, and separatists are active in a number of provinces. For 30 years the strong arm

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  • Heart Dissection

    Heart Dissection I. Purpose The purpose of this lab was to practice dissection skills and to further our knowledge of the heart. From this lab we learnt about the parts and functions of the heart. For example, the different chambers, the veins, and the arteries that all run through the heart. Through careful observation we were able to identify all of the main parts of the heart that keep blood pumping through our body and were able to determine the important structures. Because of this lab

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  • Only the Lonely

    Only the Lonely Frankenstein is Mary Shelley's most notable piece of work, written when she was only eighteen years old. The novel explores the theme of loneliness and rejection. The monster created by Victor Frankenstein is rejected by human society because of his appearance. Mary Shelley explores the feelings of how the creature is utterly ignored and abused by the society. I believe the novel became a reflection of the inner state of Mary Shelly. It reflects sufferings and loses that occurred

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  • Human Heart vs Artificial Heart

    The Human Heart versus the Artificial Heart As one of the most vital organs, the heart can viewed as the engine of the body. Without proper upkeep, like any engine, the heart will malfunction. Heart malfunctions only have negative results, such as heart failure and other fatal diseases. The heart is essentially a shell containing four cavities; two atriums and two ventricles. Each side of the heart contains one atrium and one ventricle and is separated in the middle by a wall known as the septum

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  • I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud

    I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud is a poem about the relationship between nature and human beings: how nature can affect one’s emotion and behavior with emotion and sound. William Wordsworth uses simple, yet profound, words to convey his message of the connection between nature and the universe. I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud tells the emotional life of William Wordsworth as it reflects his alienation, memory, and healing. Alienation is a terrible feeling of isolation which is healed by solitude or reflection

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  • Lonely Planet

    Lonely Planet 1.) Had a chance to install and review the “Lonely Planet Traveler” Apple application and it only allows you to buy and online copies of its monthly circulation for $4.99. It’s utilizing Apple’s news stand delivery app to provide its online digital version copy. Its mobile application could definitely take advantage its popularity by also introducing many of its available services on its website to the mobile application. With the current trends of users being connected on

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  • The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter Plot Overview

    Plot Overview The first chapter of The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter introduces us to John Singer and Spiros Antonapoulos, two good friends who live together in a town in the Deep South and who are both deaf-mutes. Antonapoulos works in his cousin's fruit store, and Singer works as a silver engraver in a jewelry shop. They spend ten years living together in this way. One day Antonapoulos gets sick, and even after he recovers he is a changed man. He begins stealing and urinating on buildings, and exhibiting

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  • Is Facebook Making Us Lonely

    I think the article “is Facebook making us lonely?” is a well written article. Stephen starts off with an example of a woman dying and connects it to the social network because her computer was left on. I think him starting off with this was a good choice as it captured the mind of his readers, pushing us to read more. Also this article had all the right references which show that the writer did his research before putting it out there. He explains Facebook gives us the sense of actually having

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  • Heart

    Heart Health Center Image Collection: Human Anatomy Picture of the Heart © 2009 WebMD, LLC. All rights reserved. The heart is a muscular organ about the size of a fist, located just behind and slightly left of the breastbone. The heart pumps blood through the network of arteries and veins called the cardiovascular system. The heart has four chambers: * The right atrium receives blood from the veins and pumps it to the right ventricle. * The right ventricle receives blood from the

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  • The Amazing Heart

    There is no other organ in the body as magnificent as the heart. It seems interesting that it is also placed at the center of our bodies. Without this amazing muscle made of involuntary striated muscle cells, we would not be able to live. It is a mean machine! It only takes about 20 seconds to circulate the blood through the entire body. An adult heart pumps approximately 2,000 gallons of blood throughout the body. However, there are plenty of other

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  • Life from the Perspective of the Lonely

    Life from the perspective of the lonely Every one i life has experiences that define who thy are and the why they act this is what character sizes them and their behavior and if every ones past would be revealed explained we all will have better understanding of each other but heres my story Earlier on in my about life, i had often found my self in the awful dilemma of wether to inconveniencing myself to help a friend or put myself first. After lots of experience living the door mat lifestyle and

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  • Wise at Heart

    Jonald Bondoc “Wise at Heart” In 1973, Alice Walker wrote a short story entitled “Everyday Use.” It is about the conflict between two siblings over who gets to keep an artifact of the family’s heritage. At the end of the story, it shows that the younger daughter, Maggie, gets to keep the quilts which the older daughter, Dee, wants most. Despite the fact that the older daughter’s education is superior to the younger daughter’s education, Maggie knows more about her heritage than Dee does. They

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  • Indonesia – Asia’s Stumbling Giant

    Indonesia – Asia’s Stumbling Giant Case Prepared for Prepared by Case Analysis The political, economic, and legal systems are the most important implication for international business. Those systems influence each other and build the attractiveness of a country as an investment site. This attractiveness is connected with potential long-term benefits and costs, and related with both those sides risk of running business activity. The central issue of this case is solving the problem

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  • Lonely Planet

    Chapter 6 – Knowledge Base Lonely Planet Guides Global Explorers Does Lonely Planet required to conduct a market research before entering a new market? Yes it does. Every company will need to conduct a market research before entering a new market. With the globalisation of the travel books markets, marketing research that conducted in international level is highly required. Marketing research can be defined as the use of information to define marketing problems and opportunities, evaluate

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  • The Heart of Darkness

    Heart of Darkness There are many themes that run through the novel Heart of Darkness. There are however two main and significant ones. These are the theme of restraint and man's journey into self. The importance of restraint is stressed throughout Heart of Darkness. In the novel Marlow is saved by restraint, while Kurtz is doomed by his lack of it. Marlow felt different about Africa before he went, because the colonization of the Congo had "an idea at the back of it."

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  • Heart

    Topic: How to make a paper heart Specific Purpose: To teach the audience the history and how to make paper hearts Thesis Statement: The audience will learn how to make a paper heart in less than 10 mins Introduction Attention Getter: So this might take you back to the good times and maybe show my age Transition: As a kid in middle school my friends and I would write notes back and forth to each other. And there came a point in time where either we got to sloppy with it or the teachers

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  • Heart of Darkness

    time period in history due to its polemic. Things Fall Apart and Heart of Darkness are both set in the era of imperialism; they are constantly read together in order to obtain two different perspectives on imperialism within Africa. Reading the novels one after the other is a practical way to understand the messages each author is trying to convey to their readers. They both complement and enhance each other. Things Fall Apart and Heart of Darkness are two novels from which lucid similarities and differences

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  • Heart Diease

    Coronary Heart Disease Coronary heart disease is the most common of heart diseases. Nearly 500,000 Americans die each year from CHD. This type of heart disease is caused by narrowing or clogging of the coronary arteries. CHD is the number one killer in both men and women in the U.S. these deaths could be prevented because CHD is related to certain aspects of one’s life. The risk factors include high blood pressure, smoking, high cholesterol, obesity, and no physical activities- all of which can

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  • An Analysis of William Wordsworth’s “I Wandered Lonely as a Clo

    Dylan Gordon ENG 4U July 2015 Take a Walk in my Shoes: An Analysis of William Wordsworth’s “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” “Edna St. Vincent Millay once wrote, "And all the loveliest things there be come simply, so it seems to me."”(A)The quote couples well with the simple pleasures found in William Wordsworth’s poem titled “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud”. On “April 15, 1802, Wordsworth and his sister, Dorothy, were walking near a lake at Grasmere, Cumbria County, England”(B). While

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  • Heart Failure

    Heart Failure Christy Harding Western Governors University C155- Pathopharmacological Foundations for Advance Nursing Practice Heart failure affects nearly 6 million Americans. It is the leading cause of hospitalization in people older than 65. Roughly 550,000 people are diagnosed with heart failure each year (Emory Healthcare, 2014). Heart failure is a pathologic state where the heart cannot pump enough blood to meet the demand of the body’s metabolic needs or when the ventricle’s ability

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  • Is Facebook Making Us Lonely

    Sentence: The essay Stephen Marche wrote “Is Facebook Making Us Lonely” is talking about with the technology what the society looks like now, and social media like Facebook and twitter have made us more densely network than ever. Paragraph: In Stephen Marche’s article, Facebook is a reason people are becoming move lonely and standard. The relationship between technology and loneliness is strong. According to the article people who spend their time on devices and social network sights

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  • Hearts

    HEARTS R US Hearts ‘R Us (“Hearts” or “the Company”) is an early-stage research and development medical device company. Hearts has no current products in the marketplace but is in the final stages of going to market with the Heart Valve System. All preliminary trials have been approved by the FDA, and the Company is in the final trial; once the final trial is complete, the Company will present the product to the FDA for final approval. If approved by the FDA, the Heart Valve System will revolutionize

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  • Lonely Planet

    be unpredictable in the right direction for a change. I'm not so worried about my girlfriends and myself. We'll make it. The only subject I'm not sure about is math. Anyway, all we can do is wait. Until then, we keep telling each other not to lose heart. I get along pretty well with all my teachers. There are nine of them, seven men and two women. Mr. Keesing, the old fogey who teaches math, was mad at me for the longest time because I talked so much. After several warnings, he assigned me extra homework

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  • The Romantic Heart

    The Romantic Heart H. A. Black ENG/106 October 19, 2015 Debora Aubuchon The Romantic Heart Romanticism and Enlightenment were two viewpoints that culminated in the 17th and 18th centuries. These ways of thinking are varied in certain characteristics and aspects when compared side by side, but they also share some similarities. Many literary works from this era reflected the traits of one or both of these philosophical structures and often reflected or built upon earlier works of the same

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  • Asia's Lonely Hearts

    ENGL 112 CRITICAL READING AND WRITING Asia's Lonely Hearts: Sample Answers 1. What is the author’s main thesis statement ? Which words does he use? In the third paragraph he says “What’s happening in Asia is a flight from marriage” 2. What reasons does he give for his argument? 1. Marriage rates are falling partly because people are postponing getting hitched. 2. A lot of Asians are not marrying later. They are not marrying at all. 3. Sex-selective abortion 4. For a woman, being

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  • Half a Heart

    I'm half a heart without you I'm half a man at best With half an arrow in my chest I miss everything we do I'm half a heart without you Forget all we said that night No it doesn't even matter Cause we both got split in two If you could spare an hour or so We'll go for lunch down by the river We can really talk it through And being here without you Is like I'm waking up to Only half a blue sky Kind of there but not quite I'm walking round with just one shoe I'm half a heart without

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  • Heart of Change

    be best summed up in “The Heart of Change” – Real Life Stories of How People Change Their Organizations. To fulfill the final requirements of MNGT 5590, it is my intent to provide a summation of The Heart of Change, how the books ties into the course’s main text, “Organizational Behavior and Management, and how both books are interwoven into various facets of my life, and finally, I will provide some closing thoughts related to my interest in the Heart of Change and the class in

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  • The Heart

    Research Paper The human heart is a very vital, interesting, and complex organ. It continuously pumps blood through the body for the entire life. It’s made of muscle and is very strong and yet at the same time, can be very vulnerable to disease. The heart is a very important organ. What's so unusual about it is that it is that it never gets tired. There are four parts of the heart, right atrium, right ventricle, left atrium, and the left ventricle. Oxygen-poor blood flows from the body and to

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  • The Heart and Its Functions

    The heart and its functions Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) is also known called “a hole in the heart.” The defect presents a hole in the wall (septum) that separates the upper chambers of the heart. The hole can be a variety of sizes, and it is possible for the hole to close naturally or through surgical intervention. Many times babies born with this defect do not exhibit signs and symptoms. However larger untreated holes in babies may cause lung and respiratory infections, fatigue during feedings,

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  • Heart of Darkness

    1 Discuss the relation between narrative style and mo ral judgement in Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness. The relation between narrative style and moral judg ement in literature is an issue in aesthetic philosophy that stretches back to Plato. ‘Narrative style’, I define as those formal literary aspects employed by the writer, in order to construct a narrative that is unique. By ‘moral judgement’, I refer to the messag e conveyed by a given text when referring to objects beyond

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  • Heart Failure

    Nurse Driven Education for A Patient Diagnosed With Chronic Systolic Heart Failure Refusing Diagnostic and Interventional Procedures Heather Horsley Wilkes University School of Nursing Abstract Heart failure (HF) is a chronic progressive disease, arising from structural or functional disorders of the heart, in which incidence increases with age. This review attempts to describe the types and causes of HF while focusing on variable aspects of patient education that have a positive effect on

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  • Heart Disease

    one of the best – and most enjoyable – ways of lowering the chances of developing heart disease. Regular exercise helps the heart to become stronger, so it can pump more blood around the body with less effort. Smoking avoidance not only reduces the risk of developing heart disease, but also the risk of many other serious illnesses, like cancer and emphysema. High blood pressure increases the chances of developing heart disease. There are usually no signs or symptoms of high blood pressure, so one

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