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Arteriosclerotic Vascular Disease (INACTIVE)

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  • Coroner: Breitbart died of heart failure, hardened arteries

     
    Commentator and editor Andrew Breitbart, a polarizing website publisher who once helped edit the Drudge Report and found his way to tea party stardom in recent years, died of heart failure and hardening of the arteries, the Los Angeles County...
  • Andrew Breitbart: Coroner's probe may wrap up in weeks

     
    The Los Angeles County coroner's office could close the books on conservative commentator and editor Andrew Breitbart's death within weeks, after concluding that he died of heart failure and hardening of the arteries. The finding matched earlier...

    Sage Stallone died of artery disease; drugs played no role

     
    The L.A. County coroner's office has concluded that Sage Stallone, the son of Sylvester Stallone, died of coronary artery disease, commonly known as hardening of the arteries. The coroner declared death by natural causes and the toxicology test came back....

    Andrew Breitbart died of heart failure, narrowing of artery, coroner finds

     
    Conservative commentator and website editor Andrew Breitbart died of heart failure and had up to a 60% narrowing of a major artery, a Los Angeles County coroner's office report released Wednesday said. The office ruled that the cause of Breitbart's...

    Live near a freeway? Heart disease risk may be higher

     
    Los Angeles residents living near freeways experience a hardening of the arteries that leads to heart disease and strokes at twice the rate of those who live farther away, a study has found. The paper is the first to link...