Why seemingly fit people die of cardiac arrest
Experts reveal the hidden risk factors that could contribute to cardiovascular problems in people with no prior history or symptoms
Being seemingly healthy is no insurance against heart disease. Those who appear healthy, and are particular about diet and exercise, seem to be succumbing too. Today, heart attacks are striking at a younger age, making those in their 30s and 40s the new high-risk categories, possibly due to high-pressure lifestyles.