Coronavirus restrictions continue to take their toll in new ways, as Czech doctors are now reporting a surge in heart disease as a result of things like sedentary at-home lifestyles, being banned from sports and recreation, and getting lazy with their diets.  Aleš Linhart, head of cardiology and angiology of the Prague General University Hospital, says there’s always a close relationship between the economic performance of a country and cardiovascular disease. “There is a close link between economic performance and cardiovascular disease. If the country becomes poor, then we will certainly face an epidemic of heart disease. This may be exacerbated by the loss of sport, culture, and a sedentary lifestyle during the pandemic… The incidence of heart attacks isContinue Reading