Heart attack threat in football

After tragic death of Italian Piermario Morosini, Al Jazeera talks to doctor about risks of underlying heart conditions.

    Players from across Europe have been paying tribute to footballer Piermario Morosini, after the 25 year old died on Saturday.

    Al Jazeera's Jo Gasiorowska talks to Dr Bruce Hamilton, Chief of Sports Medicine at Aspetar, about the risk of heart attack amongst footballers and the prevention that needs to be in place.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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