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Ask the Experts: Heart Disease Symptoms

Heart disease is the leading killer of Americans, but it can be prevented. The first step in prevention is knowing the signs. In the video, Robin Miller, MD, lists some common symptoms, like fatigue, pain and dizziness.

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