New study has estimates the risk of heart disease for each US state

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Winter is a prime time for heart attacks. Cold causes arteries to tighten, blood flow and oxygen slows to the heart. Less sunlight also changes hormonal balance. But, where you live may also put you at risk.

Saint Louis University cardiologist Dr. Michael Lim has the results of a CDC Study. Missouri did not do well.

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