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Smoking Cessation Drug Chantix Linked to Heart Attacks

Chantix, the drug used to help people to stop smoking, has been found to raise the risk of heart problems for people who already have heart disease.

According to FDA officials, people who take Chantix should consult with their doctor if they experience shortness of breath or chest pain. Read

See also: 7 Simple Steps for Heart Health

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