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Early signs of a heart attack include chest discomfort or discomfort in other upper body areas and shortness of breath, notes the American Heart Association. Other signs include lightheadedness, nausea and breaking out i... More »

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The most characteristic symptom of a heart attack, according to the American Heart Association, is a severe, crushing pain in the chest that may radiate outward to the shoulders, arms and neck. Heart attacks can also cau... More »

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Some early signs of an impending heart attack include shortness of breath, chest discomfort, nausea and sweating, along with discomfort in other areas of the upper body such as the back, neck or jaw, as stated by the Ame... More »

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