Leiji Matsumoto, a well-known manga artist from Japan, died of a heart attack at the age of 85, local media in Tokyo told the news agency Reuters. “Galaxy Express 999” and “Space Pirate Captain Harlock” are Leiji Matsumoto’s most well-known works.
Heart attacks happen more often in people over 60 than young people, though the number of heart attacks in young people has been rising in recent years.
A heart attack happens when a blockage occurs in an artery that brings blood and oxygen to the heart. When fatty cholesterol deposits block blood flow, oxygen-starved tissue dies because it doesn’t get enough oxygen.
When you’re having a heart attack, your chest feels tight and hurts like it’s throbbing. The person also feels pain in the chest that spreads to the jaws, neck, back, or arms.
Early signs of a heart attack include shortness of breath, pain in the limbs, and pain in the chest. The person can get better with quick medical help.
The difference between a heart attack and cardiac arrest is that in cardiac arrest, the heart stops pumping blood and the person stops breathing normally.
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Date of birth: January 25, 1938 Leiji Matsumoto watched American cartoons as a child. When World War II was over, he was seven years old. Reuters said, “His work was shaped by his wish that people never go to war and live for the earth.” In 2015, he told the public broadcaster NHK, “Humans should try to protect all living things and nature on Earth.”
At age 18, he moved to Tokyo to become a manga artist.
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