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Heart Attack Risk Increased for Middle-Aged Hockey Players

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May 13, 2013
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The Windsor Cardiac center is now monitoring 250 high-risk heart patients across the country, using satellites and warns middle-aged men who play hockey are at risk of a heart attack.


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