[ExI] A puzzle
johnkclark at gmail.com
Tue Apr 7 12:13:01 UTC 2020
Hospitals in the US and around the world are not as overwhelmed as they
might have been because emergency rooms report a 50% reduction in
non-COVID19 cases such as heart attacks, strokes, and even appendicitis.
It's reasonable to assume part of the reason for this is sick people are
reluctant to go to a hospital and possibly get infected, but that may not
be the entire answer. People are probably exercising less now, could they
have been doing too much before?
Where Have All the Heart Attacks Gone?
John K Clark
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