Features November 2014 Issue

Avoid Holiday Heart and Other Seasonal Threats to Your Health

Moderate Consumption may be fine, but too much alcohol can lead to "holiday heart syndrome."

Avoid Holiday Heart and Other Seasonal Threats to Your Health

Alcohol use and overeating can lead to heart palpitations, but holiday heart isnít the only cardiovascular risk this time of year.

If you imbibe a little too much this holiday season, you may find yourself experiencing holiday heart syndrome, a temporary condition in which a racing heart follows the consumption of an excessive quantity of alcohol.

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