Snow Shoveling May Put Hearts at Risk

As Americans living on the Eastern seaboard break out the snow shovels, doctors are telling them to take special care, and have "great respect" for the dangers of blizzard conditions, both during and after the storm. Doctors say slips and falls are the most common injuries caused by snow and ice seen in the ER, but they also warn of heart dangers that may come with a snowfall. "The risk of heart attack is increased by the combination of heavy, upper body exertion and cold weather encountered...Full Story
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