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Nicky Winmar’s heart attack a reminder: Foundation

nicky winmarThe National Heart Foundation of Australia has reminded all Australians to learn the warning signs of a heart attack following news former St Kilda football player Nicky Winmar had suffered a heart attack at the age of 47.

National CEO of the Heart Foundation, Dr Lyn Roberts said the thoughts of everyone at the organisation were with Nicky and his family following the news.

"We are all hoping this...

 

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