The higher the floor you live on, the less likely you are to survive a heart attack.

If you live in the middle of a city, you probably think that you won’t have any problems with access to medical care in an emergency. Well, think again: according to this retrospective study of people who had heart attacks in high-rise buildings in Toronto, people on the upper floors were much less likely to survive. In fact, “In an analysis by floor, survival was 0.9% above floor 16 (i.e., below the 1% threshold for futility), and there were no survivors above the 25th floor.” (This is comp

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