Features March 2013 Issue

Reduce Stress and Blood Pressure to Help Lower Your Stroke Risk

Study links type A personality and with chronic stress with greater odds of having a stroke.

Chronic stress has been linked to a greater risk of heart disease for many years, but a new study now shows that stressors lasting more than six months may also increase the odds of having a stroke.

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