How to know if your heart disease is cyanotic or heart disease

The heart disease statistics published by the World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday have been a big hit among Chinese internet users. 

It’s been clear for a while now that China’s overall statistics are out of whack with the world average, but it was only a matter of time until we could see that the Chinese government had also been underrating their health statistics. 

The WHO published a chart showing the percentage of the population that is diagnosed with heart disease or cancer every year.

As you can see, China’s rate of heart disease and cancer is quite high compared to the rest of the world.

China has about 3.4 million deaths per year, but only 5% of those deaths are attributed to heart disease.

But what the WHO really wanted to highlight is the fact that China is still one of the highest risk countries for heart disease in the world, and it has a massive number of heart attacks and strokes.

In fact, the WHO said China was the second-most-heart-related country in the WHO’s report, just behind India.

So, how did China get such a high rate?

Well, according to the WHO, it’s pretty simple: It’s a combination of the fact there are so many different ways to diagnose heart disease compared to other countries.

The main way to diagnose it is to look at the heart, a tiny artery that connects the chest to the abdomen. 

When there’s a blockage in that artery, the heart stops beating and the heart attacks.

That is, the blockage can occur anywhere on the body.

It can be caused by a heart attack or stroke, or by a buildup of toxins in the blood.

A study conducted by the University of Michigan found that, for every one unit of excess cholesterol in the bloodstream, a person can increase their risk of heart attack and stroke by as much as four percent.

Of course, the main thing to keep in mind when diagnosing heart disease with the WHO is that it’s a much more accurate diagnosis than you’d think.

You don’t have to have a heart disease to get it.

If you have a condition called angina pectoris, you’re at a higher risk of having a heart problem, and the WHO has linked this to a higher rate of cardiovascular events.

Heart attack and strokes are also very serious.

Heart attacks can lead to blood clots, which can block the flow of blood to your heart and lead to heart failure.

Heart attack can lead a person to lose a lot of blood.

Heart disease can lead you to develop a heart condition called coronary artery disease.

In fact, you can lose a life, or the heart and liver, if you have heart disease that’s caused by it.

The WHO’s chart also shows that Chinese people are very prone to having a stroke and heart attack, and that’s why the rate of these types of heart problems is higher than the rest and countries with higher rates of heart disorder. 

Heart disease rates in the US, the UK and France are all higher than China. 

According to the World Economic Forum, China has the second highest incidence of cardiovascular disease in Europe, after France.

The same is true for the United States, and India, which is one of China’s closest neighbours. 

And while it’s not clear what China’s policy is for heart attack prevention and management, the Chinese Ministry of Health and Family Planning has issued guidelines to improve its healthcare system to better address the health of the country’s citizens. 

Chinese citizens are required to get at least one check-up for a heart or blood clot every year, which means if you’re not getting one, you probably are.

In the past year, Chinese government and health officials have issued new guidelines to increase the number of cardiac tests and tests for high cholesterol.

They’ve also instituted a series of reforms to the countrys health system to reduce the cost of healthcare and improve the quality of care. 

So, while the WHO report is a great piece of data, the fact remains that China has a number of problems.

And, it remains to be seen if the Chinese public will ever see the results of their government’s efforts to improve their health and prevent heart disease from worsening. 

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