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The Washington Post: There’s a medical term for dying of broken heart. Is this what happened to Carrie Fisher’s mother, Debbie Reynolds?


There’s a medical term for dying of broken heart. Is this what happened to Carrie Fisher’s mother, Debbie Reynolds?

http://wapo.st/2iuqjwK

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5 Comments on The Washington Post: There’s a medical term for dying of broken heart. Is this what happened to Carrie Fisher’s mother, Debbie Reynolds?

  1. rebecca s serdans // December 31, 2016 at 1:05 pm // Reply

    my 90 year old aunt developed this right after her o ly brother died

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  2. I found this interesting Greg. It does make sense and I’d like to explore this further. Thank you for posting. Have a great 2017. 🎉🎆🌹

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  3. It is called “Broken Heart Syndrome ” a person has all the symtoms of a heart attack, by nothing shows up. Debbie Reynolds died of a stroke, and had had mini strokes.
    Stress,.

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    • I don’t follow celebrity lives as a rule. They’re total strangers and I treat them as such. As a result, I have nothing going to offer in this case, nor do I care to dig for more. I merely offer what seems relevant in general. Ideas have far broader impact than any given individual.

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