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Lesson from a Granite Shoals Resident: Detect Heart Risks, Symptoms Before a Life-Threatening Incident
March 5, 2015

Ronnie Laborde is a former smoker, but has never suffered any major health problems. When he started becoming winded and tired after normal activities, his wife called the doctor. Tests showed one artery was 100 percent blocked and another major one was 95 percent blocked. Doctors told him he was a ticking time bomb.

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