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Heart EKGs Could Prevent Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Teens

John Rogers, MD, a Scripps cardiologist, was recently featured on KFMB, the CBS affiliate in San Diego, to discuss the possible warning signs of sudden cardiac arrest in seemingly healthy teenagers. A simple and painless EKG could detect a possible heart problem before cardiac arrest occurs and possibly save a life. For more information on an EKG, call 1-800-SCRIPPS.

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