Study Finds Irregular Heartbeats Linked to Several Health RisksA new study finds irregular heartbeats may be tied to a higher risk of heart attack, heart failure, kidney disease and sudden death.
STUDY: Heart Attacks Can Be Silent and DeadlyThe question becomes: So if there are no symptoms, what should we be looking for?
Metro-East Man Dies In Arkansas JailSheriff says Jeffrey Slaby of O'Fallon Ill. likely died of heart attack
Study: Heart Attack Victims Are Getting Younger, HeavierSLU Care cardiologist Dr. Michael Lim at SSM Health SLU Hospital explained that means people need to start being active now.
Go Red For Women Day, Preventing Heart DiseaseOne in three women die of heart disease and stroke, cardiac surgeon Dr. Richard Lee at SSM Health SLU Hospital says it's 80 percent preventable.
New Research Links Gum Disease to Heart Attack RiskThe study found that inflammation of the gums or periodontal disease, can lead to chronic inflammation around the heart
Local Cardiologist Warns of Possible Heart Attacks During Winter A local cardiologist urges caution if you're thinking about going out to shovel snow.
Belleville Alderwoman Janet Schmidt DiesAccording to her Facebook page, Janet Schmidt died of a heart attack.
Well-Being Index Releases National Heart Attack StatisticsThe states with the highest heart attack incidence are West Virginia, South Dakota and Kentucky.
Local Cardiologist Warns Blues Fans of Heart RiskA local cardiologist warns fans about getting too emotional over the playoffs.
KMOX's John O'Connor Suffers Fatal Heart AttackVeteran broadcaster worked at KMOX for 10 years
STUDY: Younger Women Hospitalized Longer, Have Worse Outcomes After Heart AttacksThirty thousand women in the U.S. are hospitalized each year due to heart attacks, with women between ages 30 and 54 being hospitalized longer and with worse outcomes than men of the same age.

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