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Explain how coronary heart disease can cause death
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Explain how coronary heart disease can cause death
Just a question then? No 'Hi, could someone help me?' No, 'thank you'? No effort to answer the question and ask for some guidance on what you already have?

Rude.
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Just a question then? No 'Hi, could someone help me?' No, 'thank you'? No effort to answer the question and ask for some guidance on what you already have?

Rude.
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(Original post by psood1234)
Explain how coronary heart disease can cause death
plaque build up, atheresclerosis, things ripping - pretty sure you can google this tbh
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sorry i just joined, don't know how to use it properly
Right, but you do know how to ask for something politely, don't you - you don't need to be a longstanding member to know that.

Study help works by you asking for help by posting the question and what you already have - your ideas and work so far. No-one will answer your question if there's no evidence that you've tried to answer the question, and still fewer will answer to just a question dumped in the manner you have.

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plaque build up, atheresclerosis, things ripping - pretty sure you can google this tbh
Thank you for your help
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Coronary heart disease is disease of the arteries (cornoary) that supply blood to the heart. Plaque/atheroma build up and over a long time and increased chance of thrombosis and lack of oxygen which can cause myocardial infacation (heart attack) or stroke.
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Right, but you do know how to ask for something politely, don't you - you don't need to be a longstanding member to know that.

Study help works by you asking for help by posting the question and what you already have - your ideas and work so far. No-one will answer your question if there's no evidence that you've tried to answer the question, and still fewer will answer to just a question dumped in the manner you have.

Hope that helps you understand how the Study Help section of TSR works.
Okay , thank you , i actually do know how to ask someone politely because i have been raised with good manners . As i said i just signed up and i needed help. I understand what i have to do now but you didn't have to be rude about it as you did in the previous post. I am sorry i wrote the question bluntly , i didn't know what to do , but i do now.
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