German Media Reports 'Puzzling' Surge in Heart Disease Among Soccer PlayersChris Menahan
Nov. 09, 2021
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What could possibly be causing "an unusually large" number of professional and amateur soccer players to collapse on the field with heart problems?
The Berliner Zeitung doesn't have a clue.
From The Berliner Zeitung (as translated by Google):
Puzzling heart diseases in football
The German Heart Foundation says: “Depending on the study, there are between 0.7 and 3.0 deaths per year for every 100,000 people involved in sports.” According to the experts, men are more often affected than women: “According to data from the German registry on sudden cardiac death Sport (Sudden Cardiac Death Register, SCD Germany), 96% of the athletes affected are men ”, according to the foundation. As for the causes, it is said that sudden cardiac death during exercise has "different triggers".The obvious suspect is not even mentioned once in the entire article.
Just like the surge in hospital patients in America, Australia and Sweden who are "sicker than ever" but do not have covid -- this is just one of life's eternal mysteries!
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