Extreme Hot or Cold Can Be Bad For Your Health

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By Molly Grady

Extreme temperatures may increase the risk of deadly heart attacks and strokes.

Australian researchers found more people died of cardiovasular related conditions during heat waves and cold snaps.

People with heart problems were most at risk when it was very hot out for two days or more.

Doctors believe extreme hot or cold weather can trigger changes in blood pressure, cholesterol and heart rate.

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