10 Surprising Heart Triggers You Never Knew About

Gum Disease

It sounds crazy that something as simple as a gum problem can lead to heart attacks – although it’s 100% true. A recent study concluded that people with periodontal disease are inherently at a 25 percent greater risk for having a heart attack than those who have healthy gums.

That’s because sensitive gum allows bacteria to enter the bloodstream quickly and, ultimately, to get to the heart.

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2 thoughts on “10 Surprising Heart Triggers You Never Knew About”

  1. Thank y’all for informing me. I will now consume 20 suicide wings and a 12 pack of moi favorite adult beverage.

  2. YOWZA! good stuff! The only contradiction is that the flue might kill ya, and the antibiotics to stem it might also kill ya!

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