When the fridge becomes a fridge
Google News article It may seem like a long shot, but it looks like you might have to make some tough choices about where to put your refrigerator.
A recent study has found that, if you have a refrigerator with a top freezer unit, the amount of oxygen it produces can be a problem for people with heart disease.
The study, published in the journal Scientific Reports, found that people with a high blood pressure, a history of heart disease, and a history or family history of chronic heart disease were more likely to have a heart attack than those with a low blood pressure and low blood sugar.
Researchers compared people with the most common conditions and their average age to people with normal levels of blood pressure.
In the study, the researchers measured the oxygen level in the blood at the time of the heart attack.
The researchers then measured the same level of oxygen in the body at the same time of a cardiac arrest, or death.
The results showed that people who had a high-pressure heart attack had an increased oxygen level within their body.
Researchers also found that the amount the body produced of oxygen was associated with increased heart rate.
A study published in The Journal of Cardiology found that children and adults who have had heart attacks were more than twice as likely to die compared to children and children of similar age who had heart attack but no heart disease at baseline.