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How do i decrease my chances of getting a cardiac arrest of the heart?

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Dr. John Charpie
Pediatric Cardiology 32 years experience
Diet and exercise: Maintaining a healthy lifestyle consisting of a nutritionally balanced diet, regular exercise, a healthy weight, not smoking, reducing and managing stress, and regular check-ups with your primary care provider will provide the best opportunity to avoid a heart attack and cardiac arrest.
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