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Answered: Heart stents,diabetes,copd can you retire

You can retire if you can afford to. I think what you want to know is whether you can get disability pay, and that depends on the rules for disability retirement for your job. If you can still work, you should be working.

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If you've removed the radio, and it's a part of the circuit of the anti theft system, then it's possible. Or if, in taking the radio out you short circuited a couple of wires or grounded the system. Otherwise, no.
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Who performed george wilson's CFRB's radio program Starlight Serenade

this charming composition is called The Last Rhapsody, by Reynell Wreford. I had this in piano sheet music in the 60s until a few years ago. you should be able to find it on the net. Not sure who performed it on cfrb.

Warfarin and water around the heart?10mil daly can warfarin cause that

It is unlikely that Warfarin is the cause of your pericardial effusion. It could be a late complication of surgery or it could have another cause altogether. Pericardial effusion can produce shortness of breath as can heart failure. I am not your doc, but could I send you a bill? I really would ...

Can your heart get stronger after bypass surgery

After bypass surgery risk of angina reduces and patient can live longer. You need to switch on to healthy lifestyle to make your heart stronger. There is no option for healthy diet and regular exercise.

Heart Bypass Info

A bypass surgery is performed on people who are suffering from coronary artery disease and angina or chest pain. A coronary artery disease is caused when fatty deposits accumulate on the innermost layer of the coronary arteries, thereby narrowing them and blocking the smooth passage of blood to the ...