ALPENA, Mich. – A recent study will dampen your holiday cheer this winter season. More heart attacks will happen on Christmas Eve than any other day of the year.
A Swedish study says people will most likely experience a heart attack by 10 pm.
Seniors, people with diabetes and those with a family history of heart problems were most likely at risk of getting a heart attack.
Doctors don’t understand why the risks peak at nearly 40–percent on this specific holiday.