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No, cardiac arrests are not more common on Monday mornings, study finds

09:57 EDT 5 Oct 2018 | MinnPost

This finding calls into question the long-standing belief — bolstered by several previous studies — that the morning hours present a kind of “danger time zone” for life-threatening heart-related events, such as heart attacks, stroke and sudden cardiac arrest.

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