During a heart attack there is always sharp pain, numbness in the arm: Myth or Fact

When it comes to your health, you may hear a lot of rumors.

Dr. Marc Gillinov, cardiac surgeon with the Cleveland Clinic, is helping us achieve our health and wellness goals by putting rumors to rest and setting the facts straight.

Today's myth or fact is: a person having a heart attack always feels sharp pain and numbness in the arm.

What do you think? Is that true? Dr. Marc gives us the answer in the video above.

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