American Heart Association en Skater Felt Burning Sensation in Her Chest: After Several Coronary Microvascular Disease Heart Attacks, Skates Five Days a Week <p>Even if you feel healthy and are active, this skater's story points out that it's important to know and pay attention to symptoms, then to seek attention when you feel an out of the ordinary pain or discomfort. Then after an initial diagnosis, when pain returns, get more diagnosis! At a time when I let a lot of things keep me from going skating, this woman is an inspiration to exercise and to seek help if I feel similar symptoms. Other brief stories here tell how others have faced their heart attacks.&nbsp;</p><p><a href=";fd=R&amp;usg=AFQjCNFRs3PbpYwkxW1HZ_SXjRIuXQ9DWQ&amp;url=">Heart disease: They didn't know what hit them - USA Today</a> - </p><p><a href="" target="_blank">read more</a></p> United States of America (USA) American Heart Association bariatric surgery California (CA) coronary microvascular disease defibrillators Duluth GA figure skating Georgia (GA) heart attacks heart disease ice skating indoor Los Angeles CA Lyons NY New York (NY) skating North America Tue, 22 Feb 2011 09:25:17 +0000 roadskater 1308 at