Harvard Heart Letter

Heart beat: Post-heart attack angina common, and commonly untreated

A study found that a year after a heart attack, about 20% of people were still suffering from angina. A program of cardiac rehabilitation can strengthen the heart and help eliminate angina's pain.

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