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Heart disease comprises of conditions that affect your cardiac system and include cardiac arrest, angina, and stroke. Cardiovascular disease is a condition referred to as atherosclerosis (also known as arteriosclerotic vascular disease or ASVD). With this condition, blood circulation is affected. This may lead to much pressure that thickens the walls making the flow of blood restricted.

WASHINGTON - TMZ is reporting that the cause of death for wrestling's Ultimate Warrior was a heart attack caused by cardiovascular disease. Born James Hellwig before legally changing his name, Warrior died April 8 outside an Arizona hotel just days after being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame before Wrestlmania XXX. The entertainment publication cites unnamed officials who said the wrestler died of "Atherosclerotic/Arteriosclerotic Cardiovascular Disease." Warrior famously feuded with ...

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Stroke, heart attack, heart failure, kidney failure, atherosclerosis are some of the common effects of high blood pressure

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Birth name: David Peter Cradick[1] Born: August 22, 1959 Napoleon, Ohio, U.S. Died July 27, 2013 (aged 53) Gretna, Louisiana, U.S. Show Kidd Kraddick in the Morning ......Nationally syndicated radio and TV personality David 'Kidd' Kraddick died at a charity golf event in New Orleans. His radio show "Kidd Kraddick in the Morning" was heard on more than 75 radio stations.

The development of plaque referred to as arteriosclerosis is usually caused by cholesterol fats, tobacco, high blood pressure levels or perhaps abnorm

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Autopsy reveals Ultimate Warrior died of heart disease

Autopsy reveals Ultimate Warrior died of heart disease!! Now Nancy grace should leave TV for being a douche!!

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Atherosclerosis : autopsies of American soldiers killed in WWII and the Korean War. Although these were mostly young, healthy men in their 20s, many already had evidence of developing atherosclerosis. Other studies done on soldiers in the Vietnam War showed similar results, although often worse than the ones from the earlier wars. Theories include high rates of tobacco use and (in the case of the Vietnam soldiers), the advent of processed foods after WWII.

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