Having sex doesn’t trigger heart attacks, study suggests

Just 3 of 438 heart attack patients had been sexually active in the previous hour

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SAFE SEX  Having sex doesn’t seem to trigger heart attacks, or put people at risk for other cardiovascular problems, such as stroke, a new study suggests.

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