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    5 Tips to Protect Your Heart This Winter
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    lisacolnett posted:
    Vigorous activities like shoveling snow or even walking through heavy, wet snow can trigger cardiovascular trauma. Knowing your limits and avoiding such risks is important, especially as the temperatures drop.


    On Wednesday, Mat Lecompte talked about some of the activities that can help improve the conditioning of your heart this winter (see "Top 3 Winter Heart Health Boosters "), but if you have a history of heart problems, you need to be very cautious with strenuous activity in the winter months.


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