Short of Breath? Get Checked for Diastolic Heart Failure

Early intervention in this lesser-known type of heart failure increases the chance of survival.

Marge was unable to lean over and tie her shoelaces without becoming short of breath. Dorothy noticed she could no longer go up stairs without having trouble breathing. Virginia was distressed watching her feet and ankles become puffy and swollen. Shortness of breath and swollen limbs from water retention are key signs of diastolic heart […]
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