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The main covid-19 vaccines seem to have a net positive effect on our heart health

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Many covid-19 vaccines appear to reduce the risk of heart attacks, strokes and other blood clot conditions for at least six months after they are administrated, according to a study of the health of about 46 million people amid the coronavirus pandemic. This is despite them causing rare side effects that affect the heart and blood clotting system.

The net benefit to heart conditions most probably happens because the vaccines protect against severe covid-19, which itself…

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