Saturday, November 1, 2008

Turn Your Clocks Back - Reduces Heart Attack Risk - Sweet!

It turns out that turning your clocks ahead in the Spring increases your risk of heart attack, and turning your clocks back (like this weekend) in the Fall reduces the risk of heart attack. I wanted to share the source New England Journal of Medicine article with you, but the best I could do was share this Medical News Today summary article for you, "Heart Attack Risk Raised When Clocks Go Forward, And Are Reduced Slightly When Clocks Go Back."

Wishing you some extra health from turning your clocks back this weekend.

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