Hot Days and Heart Failure

Understanding how the sun affects your heart

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“Mad dogs and Englishmen” may go out in the midday sun, but people with heart failure need to cool it.

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Cleveland Clinic cardiologist Maria Mountis, MD, told veiwers of WTOL news in Toledo, Ohio, that people with heart failure are at risk of dehydration, hypotension and difficulty breathing in soaring temperatures.

Read what Dr. Mountis has to say, and watch the news video here.

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