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Would you be willing to sleep in more to add another two years to your life? Maybe floss more often in exchange for another year of living? How about having sex more often to extend your life…
Both lifestyle and genetics can contribute to a person’s risk for a stroke.
Following a stroke a person may need to alter his or her home to better fit their needs.
Four out of five victims of a stroke saw no obvious warning signs -- meaning 80 percent of adults who suffered a stroke had no idea they could have managed their risk factors, according to the…
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When a person suffers a stroke, not only is his or her life potentially altered, but also the lives of his or her loved ones and caregivers.
Have you or someone you know been told you are at risk of having a stroke? Understanding the root of the problem can help nip the uncontrollable risk factors in the bud.
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