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Stroke research

21st June 2007
More women than men appear to be having mid life strokes according to US research which analysed data from 17,000 people over the age of 18, of whom 606 had experienced a stroke.  The study found women in the 45-54 age range were more than twice as likely as men of the same age to have had a stroke..

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