The risk of heart attack increases during the holidays. Studies show whether it’s from overindulging at the table, to an increase in stress and reduction in exercise, the holiday season brings a virtual shopping list of lifestyle choices that can negatively impact your heart health.

Research indicates that more people die from heart attacks during November, December and January than at any other time of the year.

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