Research suggests that the likelihood of having a heart attack appears to vary according to the season. As it goes, more hospital stays attributed to coronary heart disease occur in winter months versus the summer.
Nobel Prize Winner’s Breakthrough – Prevent Heart Attack and Stroke with Nitric Oxide
Louis J. Ignarro, PhD, University of California at Los Angeles, School of Medicine
One tiny molecule produced by the body may do more than any drug to prevent heart attack and stroke. Nitric oxide, a gas that occurs naturally in the body, is critical for healthy circulation. It helps dilate bloodpressure, and it may inhibit the accumulation of arterial plaque.