Heart Attack Risk Increases Monday After Daylight Saving Time, Study Says

Daylight saving time not only affects sleep habits, but it could also have an impact on your heart, according to health experts.

Medical experts say that heart-attack risk increases after daylight saving time that occurred early Sunday morning.

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Lawrence Czer, Medical Director of the Heart Transplant Program at Cedar Sinai's Heart Institute appeared on Studio 11 LA on Sunday to talk about why and what you can do to prevent a Heart Attack.

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