CBS News admits heart attack deaths in younger folks (age 25-44) are 30% higher than average

From CBS:
A recent study from Cedars Sinai Hospital shows the number of heart attack deaths during the first two years of the COVID pandemic was 30% higher than predicted. Dr. Celine Gounder, editor-at-large for public health at Kaiser Health News and a CBS News medical contributor, joins us to discuss the findings.


From NBC:

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Here are some highlighted findings for heart attack deaths: [from Cedars Sinai]

30% increase in adults 25-44 (group not typically at risk)
20% increase in adults 45-64
15% increase in adults 65 and older

h/t MonkeyWrangler


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