Former President Bill Clinton, hospitalized since Friday after complaining of chest pains, has been receiving many well wishes as he awaits heart bypass surgery at Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital in New York and has been up and seeing visitors, but many doubt he'll be able to help John Kerry campaign or shill his own book. The Daily News looks at what rehab is ahead for Clinton after surgery. And though Clinton has been a recent convert to the South Beach diet, doctors discuss how heart disease happens over time. Plus, the most famous heart attack victim in the world, Dick Cheney, called Clinton - "I was living proof of the wonders of modern medicine."

More about the heart programs at NY Presbyterian and the Mayo Clinic on heart bypass surgery.