When it was reported last week that former President George W. Bush, an avid sportsman, recently underwent successful heart surgery to correct a blocked artery, many across the nation were astounded to hear of his serious condition.

If arteriosclerosis can dramatically affect the life of a former president, it demonstrates that none of us are immune from its life-threatening impact.

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