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Is it true when we take yawn our heart stops?

A friend just told me that when you take a yawn or a hiccup your heart stops and that a man die of a heart attack cause he was yawning all time,please tell me its not true...?
Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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no it is not true silly!
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