Individuals who resided in the “stroke belt” of the southeastern U.S. during their teenage years had a 17% higher risk of suffering a stroke later in life than those who lived in other areas, a study in Neurology showed. “This study suggests that strategies to prevent stroke need to start early in life,” lead researcher Dr. Virginia Howard said.
Spending teen years in "stroke belt" may raise future stroke risk
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