Concerningly, the data also shows that the risk of fatal heart attacks intensifies the longer an extreme weather event lasts.
Scientists have found that everyday foods and drinks, including chocolate, juices, plant-based milk, teas, and sodas, often contain traces of poisonous chemicals like arsenic, lead, and cadmium.
New research suggests a regular regimen of vitamin D supplementation can also go a long way toward promoting robust heart health.
This discrepancy is attributed to several factors, including women experiencing heart attacks at an older age and having more coexisting health conditions.
Researchers observed spikes in rates of STEMI heart attacks at the start of the workweek, with rates reaching their highest levels on Mondays.
Obesity is projected to even surpass hypertension and hyperlipidemia as the leading risk factor for heart attacks.