'Hunters die from heart attacks three times as often as from firearms
accidents, a recent study reveals.
Many hunters are sedentary men who go out in search of game once a year,
in cold weather, weighed down by heavy clothing and a heavy gun. And when
they spot prey, their heart rate and blood pressure can suddenly soar,
possibly leading to heart rhythm irregularities or sudden cardiac death'
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