Stable Angina

    Last Updated: August 16, 2022

    Angina is the term used to describe chest pain related to acute (e.g., heart attack) or chronic (e.g., stable angina) heart disease. It may feel like a crushing sensation in the chest and could radiate to the shoulders or jaw.

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    Stable Angina falls under the Cardiovascular Health category.

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