Arthritis is one of the most widespread health conditions in the United States. It affects about one in four adults overall. That’s over 54 million men and women. To recognize this toll on Americans’ health, CDC, the Arthritis Foundation and other partners observe Arthritis Awareness Month in May.
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), person-to-person contact is thought to be the main way of transmission for COVID-19.
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What is Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)?
Coronavirus Disease 2019 is a new disease that causes respiratory illness in people and can spread from person to person. This virus was first identified during an investigation into an outbreak in Wuhan, China.
1. What is the difference between Heart Failure and Heart Attack?
Most heart attacks happen suddenly when one of the arteries leading to the heart becomes blocked and cuts off the blood flow. Without oxygen, the heart muscles start to die.
Heart failure usually develops gradually. The heart muscle becomes weaker and has trouble pumping blood to nourish the cells in your body. This is a chronic condition that gradually gets worse.
First of all, “Heart Failure” doesn’t mean that your heart has stopped all of a sudden and you are about to die. It means that the heart muscle became so weak that it has trouble pumping blood strongly enough to nourish your body. This leads to developing a serious health condition that requires medical care.