Heart Attack And Stroke Are More Common After The Flu

The occurrence of heart attack and stroke is closely related to influenza, tetanus and meningococcal vaccine.

Statistics show that heart attack and stroke often occur with modern humans, of course. However, now British scientists have found that their occurrence is associated with flu, tetanus and meningococcal vaccine.

Sensitive and/or weak persons are more susceptible to a heart attack and stroke.

“The rate of heart attacks happening was greater three days after the infection, heart attack was even five times more common after respiratory infections, while 66% of patients reported a urinary infection. Stroke is three times more likely to occur after each infection,” said Dr. Liam Smith from the London Royal Hospital, in which this research was carried out.

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