Stroke risk tied to weather changes like temperature increase
(dailyRx News) When it’s chilly out, some people get worried about catching a cold, but how about having a stroke? New research suggests there may be a connection between weather and stroke risk.
The researchers analyzed weather data and data on stroke hospitalizations across the US.
These researchers found that a slight increase in temperature was associated with a slight drop in both the risk of being hospitalized and the risk of dying from a stroke.
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