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    11:00, I start my pre-calculus class where we are doing long division of polynomial functions when it hits me. Pain. Intense sharp needle like pain in my chest. Subtle at first, but as I continue breathing, the pain gets worse. So, to solve this, I thought my chair was too tight to the desk. I moved back. Not helping. Clenched at the chest and bent over. Breathed slower. Not helping. Tore off my jacket and bent over in my chair fully. Not helping. And my breath kept getting shorter and shorter

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    Chest Pain History of present illness: The patient is a 71 year old male of the Veteran Association. His past medical history includes coronary artery disease and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The patient was involved in a contraindication at home where he was thrown into a dresser and hit his lower back. Shortly following the incident the police were contacted. During this time the patient consequently began to develop some substernal chest pain with a radiation to the left arm; the patient

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    Defining a Strong Chest

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    Introduction A strong, well-defined chest can be the ultimate sign of masculinity. However, if you store excess fat in your chest, some work is required to see that often desired muscle definition. Solely reducing the fat that's covering your pectorals isn't possible; to lose this fat, you must lose total body fat. This is done through a combination of a healthy diet, cardio and strength training. With determination, you can have a shapely chest in no time. Cut Calories from Your Diet To lose 1

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    Chest Fly Essay

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    Center Line Chest Exercises Chest Fly The chest fly is the best exercise for directly working the chest. Unlike the more popular multi-joint bench press exercise, the chest fly involves the movement of only a single joint, which is the glenohumeral, or shoulder, joint. Thus, when you perform the movement, you basically isolate your pectoral muscles, with minimal work on secondary muscles, such as your front shoulders. You can do the chest fly in a variety of ways, including on incline, flat, and

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    Effective Chest Exercises and Their Benefits for Women Want a stronger and healthier peck? Try the best workouts given here for getting a firmer bust without any surgery. Many women are unaware of the importance of doing exercises, but there is growing interest among women about stronger chest. Yes, there are exercises for chest and by doing the exercises you are assured of a firmer chest. If you are regular in doing exercise, also do some chest exercises. Here is the list of 15 effective chest exercises

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    Laennec was examining a female patient, and was embarrassed to put his ear to her chest. This was common practice among physicians in this time period, but Laennec was simply resistant. Instead, he recalled that sound travels through solid materials. He rolled up 24 sheets of paper, and placed one end to his patient’s chest. The other end he placed to his ear, and to his amazement, listened to the noises of her chest cavity. Not only could he hear the sounds his patient was making, he noticed the

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    Heart Disease Symptoms

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    What is your heart telling you? Heart problems can take you by surprise. Suddenly, you are hunched over with chest pressure, pain or even a heart attack. These are frightening symptoms of coronary artery disease (sometimes called atherosclerosis or hardening of the arteries). This disease means that your heart is not getting enough blood. The good news is that surgery and basic life style change can give your heart another chance. Warning signs of coronary artery disease. Angina is one of the

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    Safety Administration (NHTSA) conducted a study of real-world motor vehicle crashes and were able to conclude that the combination of seat belts and air bags is 75% effective in preventing serious head injuries and 66% effective in preventing serious chest injuries. Unfortunately for about 100 people in the past decade, their lives were saved at the expense of suffering a less severe injury caused by the air bag itself. However, when proper air bag safety is applied in conjunction of wearing a seat belt

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    year after year, nonstop from birth until death. The heart is a hollow, muscular organ slightly bigger than a person’s clenched fist. It is located in the center of the chest, under the breastbone above the sternum, but it slightly slanted to the left giving people the impression that the heart is on the left side of the chest. The heart is divided into two halves, which are further divided into four chambers: the left atrium and ventricle, and the right atrium and ventricle. Each chamber on one

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    embroidered on her chest.  The narrator shares, "When the young women- the mother of this child-stood fully revealed before the crowd...On the breast of her gown, in fine red cloth surrounded with an elaborate embroidery and fantastic flourshes of gold thread..."(50-1).  Many people there to see her when she reveals the "A" on her chest.  Most of the town people are astonished and startled on her beauty still shone.  Even though the big red letter on her chest stood for adultery

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