18.06.12 Kudlow Heart Attack

June 13, 2018
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Every 40 Secs in America…

…someone suffers a heart attack. The WH top economic advisor survived one as the President met with North Korea in Singapore.

“National Economic Council Director and Assistant to the President Larry Kudlow is expected to remain at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center as a standard precaution after experiencingA what his doctors say was a very mild heart attack yesterday.A His doctors expect Larry will make a full and speedy recovery. We look forward to seeing him back at work soon.”


U.S. Economy & Kudlow

  • Major issue: U.S. tariffs on steel & aluminum imports upsetting allies like Canada during G7 & prompting accusations (or expectations) of a trade war.
  • Separately, tariffs expected on China for “unfair trade practices.”
  • Kudlow says the global trade system “is broken and President Trump is trying to fix it.”

How do you know you’re having a heart attack?

“While heart disease can present in a very typical wayachest pain, shortness of breathathe symptoms can also be quite insidious–Particularly in women.”

Cardiologist Kevin Campbell to SmartHER News says atypical symptoms include nausea, feelings of dread, flu-like illness, pain in the neck, arm or back.

1 of 5 heart attacks are "silent," according to the CDC. The person never knows they had one. Dr. Kevin Campbell provides invaluable guidance to SmartHER News on heart attacks – It's a must-read.

  • US economic advisor Larry Kudlow in good condition following heart attack, White House says:
  • Statement from the Press Secretary:
  • Ludlow: ‘Don’t blame Trump’ for trade conflicts:
    1. While heart disease can present in a very typical way—chest pain, shortness of breath—the symptoms can also be quite insidious–Particularly in women\\
    2. Atypical symptoms include nausea, feelings of dread, flu like illness, pain in the neck, arm or back. A They can be difficult to recognize for many patients and doctors. A Women are much more likely to have atypical symptoms.
    3. A heart attack occurs when a blood vessel (called a coronary artery) that supplies the heart A muscle, becomes clogged with plaque. A IF this blockages is significant, it can result in a heart attack.
    4. The important thing is for every person to understand his or her risk for heart disease—risk factors include diabetes, family history, high blood pressure, obesity, high cholesterol and smoking. A Interpret atypical symptoms within the context of risk
  • SOLID INFO:A [https://www.cdc.gov/heartdisease/heartattack.htm](https://www.cdc.gov/heartdisease/heartattack.htm)

by Jenna Lee,