Dayton Daily News
Mon, Dec 13, 2011
(HealthDayNews) — Researchers have some sobering news during this festive season: Americans are more likely to die on Christmas Day, the day after Christmas, and on New Year’s Day than on any other day of the year.
In a comprehensive study of 53 million U.S. death certificates spanning the years 1973-2001, researchers discovered significant spikes in both cardiac and non-cardiac deaths during the holidays.
They also warned this trend is on the rise.
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