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How the winter could prove deadly: Heart attack rates are highest when temperatures are below 0°C – Daily Mail

By / November 27, 2018

Daily Mail

How the winter could prove deadly: Heart attack rates are highest when temperatures are below 0°C
Daily Mail
Cold weather can trigger a heart attack, research suggests. The life-threatening condition is more likely to occur on chilly, windy days when there is little sunshine, a study found today. And sub-zero temperatures increase a person's risk of suffering
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