Yale Scientists Warn: Common Heart Medications Linked to Greater Heart-Attack Risk During Hot Weather

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For people with coronary heart disease, beta-blockers are important medications that can improve survival and quality of life. Likewise, aspirin and other antiplatelet drugs can reduce the risk of a heart attack. However, those protections could backfire during hot-weather events, a time when heart attacks are already more likely. A new study published on August 1 in the journal Nature Cardiovasc...

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