A common infection might increase the risk of heart attacks

    Researchers are coming up with an intriguing theory...a common infection might increase the risk of heart attacks.

    Remember when researchers first proposed that ulcers might be caused by Helicobacter pylori? At first they weren't taken seriously.

    Now researchers are finding that patients with Chlamydia pneumoniae are FOUR times more likely to have a recurrent heart attack.

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