(CNN)The most common time to experience sudden cardiac arrest could be changing, according to new research.
You may no longer be more likely to go into cardiac arrest on Monday morning, study says
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"The dogma -- in fact, this is everywhere, in all the textbooks about sudden cardiac arrest -- [is that] the most common time period for people to have a sudden cardiac arrest is early in the morning," said Dr. Sumeet Chugh, one of the authors of the study published in the journal Heart Rhythm.