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Marathons Won't Give You a Heart Attack
By Emily Sohn January 12, 2012 731 3 1
Running 26.2 miles may make you sweaty and sore, but it won’t give you a heart attack, found a new study. The finding offers a comforting counterpoint to the media frenzy that often follows when someone drops to the ground with cardiac arrest during a marathon. In the majority of cases, the new study found, athletes had a preexisting heart condition that would've likely become a problem even if victims had never signed up for a long-distance event.