Heart Beat – June 2024


Ischemic Stroke Nearly Doubles Heart-Attack Risk

Acute ischemic stroke, both with and without cervical artery dissection, was associated with increased risk of heart attack within 12 months, researchers reported at the International Stroke Conference in February. 

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