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David Larson, MD, Ridgeview Medical Center Emergency Physicians & Consultants, P.A.

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Does shoveling snow increase the risk of heart attacks?

Posted by David Larson, MD, Ridgeview Medical Center Emergency Physicians & Consultants, P.A. on Jan 8, 2019 1:30:00 PM

It is that time of year again in Minnesota when we start to get those heavy, wet snow falls (or as we say, a “heart attack snowfall”). It seems that every year we see or hear reports of someone having a heart attack while shoveling snow. Is there really an increased risk of having a heart attack from shoveling snow?

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