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Old 02-10-2005, 05:25 AM   #1
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Broken Heart Syndrome

http://www.cnn.com/2005/HEALTH/02/09....ap/index.html

"Confirming the wisdom of the poets and philosophers, doctors say the sudden death of a loved one really can cause a broken heart.

In fact, they have dubbed the condition "broken heart syndrome."

In a study published just in time for Valentine's Day -- February 14 -- doctors reported how a tragic or shocking event can stun the heart and produce classic heart attack-like symptoms, including chest pain, shortness of breath and fluid in the lungs."
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they also say that it appears a part of the heart muscle weakens, without the thing that causes a hrtAttk in ther first palce- blokage of an artery feeding the heart musicle....ANd that most people recover, and recover fully from it.

Bit it is also said that if a person has underlying heart diease, it could be more of a problem.

Some doctors don't think it is a seperatephenominom. but actaully a hrtatk.
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