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Better Athletes Have More Heart Arrhythmias, Uppsala University Hospital Study



6/13/2013 7:01:05 AM

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PROBLEM: Extreme endurance athletes, like long-distance runners, bikers, and even cross-country skiers, tend to have enlarged hearts. Also known as "Athlete's Heart," the condition may be associated with an increased risk of heart problems. Within this already elite group, are those who push themselves the hardest even more at risk?

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