Cold weather apparently can increase the risk of heart attack. Based on a research by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, when the temperature drops one degree centigrade in a day, raises two percent increase in heart disease in the following weeks.
According to study authors, Krishnan Bhaskaran, with this two percent increase, heart disease patients risk will rise. “Because all people face climate change,” he said. “Elders and those with heart problems are particularly vulnerable to the effects of temperature decrease,” he added. (more…)Recent search: patient with heart disease