Ana Duhon, center, and Carrie O’Connor, right, both had heart attacks in their 30s and were treated at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Maryland, where they met. They are founding members of the medical center’s Young Adult Cardiac Support Group. Here, Duhon and O’Connor are pictured with Dianne Walters, left, Cardiac Rehab RN, facilitator of the support group, at the medical center’s out patients rehab center in Annapolis, Md.
Ana Duhon, center, and Carrie O’Connor, right, both had heart attacks in their 30s and were treated at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Maryland, where they met. They are founding members of the medical center’s Young Adult Cardiac Support Group. Here, Duhon and O’Connor are pictured with Dianne Walters, left, Cardiac Rehab RN, facilitator of the support group, at the medical center’s out patients rehab center in Annapolis, Md. Baltimore Sun
Ana Duhon, center, and Carrie O’Connor, right, both had heart attacks in their 30s and were treated at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Maryland, where they met. They are founding members of the medical center’s Young Adult Cardiac Support Group. Here, Duhon and O’Connor are pictured with Dianne Walters, left, Cardiac Rehab RN, facilitator of the support group, at the medical center’s out patients rehab center in Annapolis, Md. Baltimore Sun

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April 15, 2014 12:00 AM

As more young people suffer from heart attacks, doctors examine symptoms

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