In a study on the causation and prevention of strokes in both men and women, the Murcia Regional Health Authority in Spain examined 33,000 European citizens from 29 to 69 years of age to monitor for a 12-year follow-up period. In women, as it turns out, briskly walking a minimum of 3 hours a week or more can reduce…
If you're twenty or older, "stroke" might soon mean more to you than just Julian Casablancas. According to a new study of 1.3 million Americans published in the American Academy of Neurology, the rate of strokes suffered among people ages 20 to 54 jumped over 5% from 1993 to 2005, specifically from 12.9 to 18.6%.
Do you participate in such normal-people activities as having sex and "being startled?" If so, your brain is about to explode.