What you need to know about strokes and young people : Shots – Health News : NPR

The article discusses the increasing rates of strokes in individuals below the age of 49, including ischemic strokes and transient ischemic attacks. The article highlights the difference between ischemic and hemorrhagic strokes, with ischemic strokes being caused by blood clots that block blood flow to the brain, and hemorrhagic strokes resulting from the rupture of an artery in the brain. The article also notes that transient ischemic attacks are medical emergencies that can be warning signs of future strokes, and that people who experience them should receive treatment to prevent a major stroke within a year.

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  • Chelsea Belle

    "Cassandra," apparently. Truth & facts in the spirit of parody. My dot com was seized for discussing cures. Branded a "conspiracy mill" by NYT. Building one rn