What are your chances of being affected by heart disease? How can you guard against it? And what about the controversy over exercise? "Aw, MOM, have a heart." Sounds familiar, doesn't it? Usually the youngster voicing this sometimes-plaintive cry is seeking to mollify some recently issued directive or command. Yet today in our society, far too many mothers and fathers actually need to "have a heart." Their own physical heart, so desperately needed to maintain life, is so badly damaged and scarred, or functioning so poorly that they urgently need a heart one to keep them alive. In spite of the tremendous medical advances, transplants and mechanical hearts, there is nothing like having your own healthy heart.
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