Health & Fitness

November 13, 2012 7:24 AM

Study: Warm climate or cold, heart deaths rise in the winter

It doesn’t matter if you live in Los Angeles or in Massachusetts, you’re more likely to die of a heart-related problem such as heart attack, heart failure or stroke when the weather is (relatively) cold.

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