When it comes to preventing your heart attacks, the answer is simple.
But you’ll have to pay attention to a few things when you’re trying to prevent the condition.
First, heart attacks happen.
The more we know about them, the more we’re able to make smart decisions about how we respond to prevent them.
We know that certain medications, including certain types of blood pressure drugs, can reduce the chance of a heart attack.
But we don’t know enough about the underlying mechanism.
So what do we know?
Heart attack is caused by a blockage of the blood vessels that are called a coronary artery.
This blockage is a big deal.
When it happens, the blood flow to the heart’s arteries starts to fail, causing blood to start to build up in the arteries and cause heart attacks.
There are different types of blockages.
The big blockages in the heart include the coronary artery, the aorta, and the femoral artery.
These blockages can be hard to see because they look like a block with a big dot at the top.
But when they become red, you can see the white stuff.
If you don’t see this white stuff, it’s called plaque.
Piles of plaque are where plaque builds up in arteries.
Piles of white stuff build up around the blockages that we don