By Katherine Romano, as told to Hallie Levine

Let’s face it, a diagnosis of heart failure is hard. But it’s even harder to navigate during a global pandemic. I speak from experience: I was diagnosed with heart failure in October 2020, right after I had a massive heart attack. As a nurse, I knew how to take care of others. But I found it harder to take care of myself. Here are three things I’ve learned about life with heart failure in a post-quarantine world.

Don’t Delay Medical Care

I began to have classic heart attack symptoms while I was cleaning my house…


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