Features July 2018 Issue

When You Should See a Doctor about Shortness of Breath

When daily activities begin to cause shortness of breath, see your doctor.

When You Should See a Doctor about Shortness of Breath

Physical exertion and panic are common reasons for shortness of breath. But the symptom, which doctors call dyspnea, can also signal a problem with the heart.

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