15 Surprising Things Linked to Heart Attacks

Calcium supplements

People who are taking calcium supplements have a higher heart attack risk than those who don’t. “I tell patients to get calcium in their diet,” Dr. Wood says. “Eat oily fish twice a week along with other foods that have calcium and get outdoors for vitamin D.”

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