Heart Attack -Gianna Moroney and Chloe Floros
Updated: 2/12/2020
Heart Attack -Gianna Moroney and Chloe Floros

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  • You need to start eating healthier. Obesity can lead to serious health complications
  • I'll be fine!
  • What's wrong?
  • I feel tightness and pain in my chest!
  • Here Dad, take some aspirin!
  • Many things can lead to heart attacks. This includes unhealthy eating/living habits, smoking, and high cholesterol.
  • The symptoms he’s having are shortness of breath and he looks like he’s sweating. He looks fatigued too!
  • *gasp* Those are symptoms of a heart attack!
  • During a heart attack, one may feel a squeezing pain in their chest. It can spread out to your neck, arms, or back.
  • Hello, Mr. Waldorf. I’m here to say you had a heart attack. Due to your poor eating habits and lack of exercise, an artery of yours narrowed.
  • I'm going to eat healthier, start working out, and start seeing my doctor regularly.
  • Aspirin reduces blood clotting. So it helps blood keep going through the narrowed artery.
  • Symptoms of a heart attack may include nausea, cold sweat, shortness of breath, aching sensation in your chest or arms, lightheadedness.
  • Males over the age of 55 and people who do not use healthy living/eating habits may be more likely to have a heart attack. To prevent heart attacks work out, eat healthily, stay away smoke and keep an eye on your blood sugar level.
  • For more information visit mayoclinic.org!
  • You know what they say, "Healthy eating, for a strong heart beating!"