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February 5, 2009
Q. A female friend of mine just had a heart attack. I thought heart attacks were rare in women. Can you tell me more? A female friend of mine just had a heart attack. I thought heart attacks were rare in women. Can you tell me more? Selma, La Crescenta ? That is a common misconception. Medical research has traditionally been focused on Caucasian men so our knowledge of the frequency of heart disease in other races and in women is not nearly as extensive. Men and women may differ in their experience of heart attack symptoms.
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By Loa Blasucci | September 14, 2012
Grooming Michael Clark Duncan stands out among many memories from back when I was a Hollywood makeup artist. I remember the size of his head. I had never used that much makeup to cover someone's dome before. His big, friendly, split-tooth smile could flash at any moment and I couldn't help but grin back. He loved watching cartoons and was a devout mama's boy. He adored his mother. These are things I know about Michael. But what I don't know is why a man of such strength and stature is gone because his heart gave out on Sept.
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By Mary O’Keefe | October 4, 2007
Members of the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station and the community are mourning the sudden loss of Deputy Mike Carney. Carney, 34, died of an apparent heart attack on Friday evening at his home in San Bernardino. “There was no warning,” said Sgt. Randy Sulstrom of the local station, “and no history of heart problems that we had heard of.” Carney had complained of not feeling well on Wednesday while at work at the Crescenta Valley station.
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July 13, 2006
Jerry Bean, former publisher of the Valley Sun Newspapers, suffered a mild heart attack last Friday while vacationing in Canada. Since the attack, Bean, publisher of the Century Group Newspapers, has been recovering in a hospital in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. He was scheduled to be moved to a hospital in Halifax this week for further examination and a possible angioplasty. Listed in good condition, Bean said he hoped to return to California by today (Thursday) in order to be installed tomorrow (Friday)
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May 3, 2007
George T. Zografos died March 19, 2007, of a sudden heart attack while on a twilight walk with his wife, Valerie. He had been a resident of La Cañada Flintridge since 1980. He is survived by his nieces Ana Forbes, Theodora Gerontinos and Alexandra Gerontinos. He was preceded in death by sisters Despina (1954) and Olympia (1993). George was born in 1928 in Pittsburgh, Penn. He moved to California in 1944 and graduated from Fremont High School and UCLA. During the Korean War he served as a sergeant in the U.S. Army.
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July 6, 2006
Ten Years Ago Daniel Wayne Brown, 50, of LCF died suddenly of a heart attack. Brown was one of the starters on LCHS’s first football team in 1963. Twenty Years Ago   Charges were brought against Simon D’Arcy, 19, for furnishing liquor to a minor at a party where Joseph Lutz, a LCHS senior, died when he fell from a second story balcony during the large gathering at D’Arcy’s Lavender Lane home. Thirty Years Ago With the theme of “Great Moments of America,” the 1976 Rose Bowl Circus and Fireworks show on the USA’s 200th birthday highlighted magnificent set-pieces in dramatizing the country’s history.
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December 28, 2006
Losing weight continues to be one of the most popular New Year's resolutions, which is not surprising given that more than 66 percent of Americans are considered overweight or obese. The physicians at Arroyo Seco Medical Group, with offices in Arcadia, Pasadena and Glendale, are encouraging resolution-makers to post these eight reasons why it's important to lose the excess weight in a place where they see it every day. Reduce the risk of certain cancers ? Excess weight has been shown to increase the risk of developing breast cancer, uterine cancer, esophageal cancer, colon cancer and kidney cancer, among others.
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By Loa Blasucci | September 14, 2012
Grooming Michael Clark Duncan stands out among many memories from back when I was a Hollywood makeup artist. I remember the size of his head. I had never used that much makeup to cover someone's dome before. His big, friendly, split-tooth smile could flash at any moment and I couldn't help but grin back. He loved watching cartoons and was a devout mama's boy. He adored his mother. These are things I know about Michael. But what I don't know is why a man of such strength and stature is gone because his heart gave out on Sept.
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February 5, 2009
Q. A female friend of mine just had a heart attack. I thought heart attacks were rare in women. Can you tell me more? A female friend of mine just had a heart attack. I thought heart attacks were rare in women. Can you tell me more? Selma, La Crescenta ? That is a common misconception. Medical research has traditionally been focused on Caucasian men so our knowledge of the frequency of heart disease in other races and in women is not nearly as extensive. Men and women may differ in their experience of heart attack symptoms.
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By Mary O’Keefe | October 4, 2007
Members of the Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station and the community are mourning the sudden loss of Deputy Mike Carney. Carney, 34, died of an apparent heart attack on Friday evening at his home in San Bernardino. “There was no warning,” said Sgt. Randy Sulstrom of the local station, “and no history of heart problems that we had heard of.” Carney had complained of not feeling well on Wednesday while at work at the Crescenta Valley station.
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July 13, 2006
Jerry Bean, former publisher of the Valley Sun Newspapers, suffered a mild heart attack last Friday while vacationing in Canada. Since the attack, Bean, publisher of the Century Group Newspapers, has been recovering in a hospital in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. He was scheduled to be moved to a hospital in Halifax this week for further examination and a possible angioplasty. Listed in good condition, Bean said he hoped to return to California by today (Thursday) in order to be installed tomorrow (Friday)
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