Influence Incaases Risk of Heart Attack, According to Canadian Study
AS It Does Every Year, The ’influence Puts Millions of People Around the World in Bed, From Mild to Severe Sympoms and Can Be Life-Threatening in The Weakest Individuals. A study done by a Canadian study and published in the New England Journal of Medicine (Nejm) Confirmed That influence CAN INCLEASE Heart Attack Risk Sixfold During the First Week of infection. A Risk Obviously Particularly High in the Elderly.
Influence, stroke, and incasedi mortality
Indeed, The Study Confirmo How These Three Elements Are Linked As It States Jeff Kwong, researcher
At the Ontario Institute of Clinical Sciences and Public Health in Canada “These Findings are important
Because They Confirm the ’ Existite of a link between influence and myocardial incorporation and reinforce the ’ Importance of
Immunization“. The Study Done by Canadians Examines in Sample of 20000 Cases of Influenza
AMONG ADULTS WHO WERE CONFIRMED IN ONTARIO LABORATORIES BETWEEEN 2009 AND 2014. Among the subjects taken in
Examinations 332 Were Hospitalized After Having a Heart Attack in The Following Year ’ Better
to influenza virus infection.
The Study Also Showed How Cardiac Risk Is Greater in the First Seven Days of Virus at
Particularly on Those Who Had Been affected by the b virus strain.
Across Europe, The ’ Excess Mortality From All Influenza-Related ISSUES IS ESTIMATED AT
80.000 Deaths, of All Ages, Stressed The French Institute of Health ’ French Institute of Health. John d ’ Agata, President
of the “Rights counter,” Recalls that Several Times the Association Has Addassed The Issue, NOting that
Despite Vaccination Campaigs and Caites, Even Today Flu Continue to
Reap Thousands of Victims.