Your Health Matters discusses heart attack
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Your Health Matters discusses heart attack

Orient Net
Date: 2019-10-27 21:36
Your Health Matters explains the most common chronic diseases from which the internally displaced persons suffer. It especially explains the heart attack. The show talks about negative and positive effects on Syrians after long years of war. It is sponsored by the Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS). SAMS is Foundation is a global medical relief organization that is working on the front lines of crisis relief in Syria, in neighboring countries, and beyond to save lives and alleviate suffering. SAMS proudly provides medical care and treatment to every patient in need.

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