Heart Attacks Rise 35% Each December, WHY?


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“Until this book, a reliable resource for the patient was simply not available, as the subject is vast and complicated” John Rumberger, MD., Ph.D., FACC Director of Princeton Imaging Center

The medical profession is well aware that heart attacks do indeed increase in number during the holidays and winter seasons. One major study analyzing heart attacks among 138,602 people recorded a 35% higher number of heart attacks in December and January compared to August of a given year. We would all agree of course–no time of year is a good time for a heart attack! In…


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