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1. Ladies Make Note; Women are more likely to experience silent heart attacks: Research shows that women are more likely to have silent heart attacks, which are heart attacks that do not present with typical symptoms like chest pain. Instead, women may experience symptoms like shortness of breath, fatigue, or nausea. (Source: American Heart Association)

2. Get Up Stand Up, Move Around !  Sitting for extended periods increases cardiac risk: Prolonged sitting has been shown to increase the risk of cardiac disease, even in people who engage in regular physical activity. This is because sitting for long periods can lead to blood pooling in the legs, increased blood pressure, and decreased blood flow to the heart. (Source: Mayo Clinic)

3. Oral Hygiene Matters; Gum disease is linked to an increased risk of cardiac disease: Research has found a connection between gum disease (periodontal disease) and an increased risk of cardiac disease. This is because gum disease can lead to inflammation and infection in the body, which can increase the risk of heart attacks and strokes. (Source: American Dental Association)

These facts highlight the importance of being aware of cardiac health beyond just the typical symptoms and risk factors.