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Whether you're a woman or have loved ones who are women, knowing these facts about stroke can help save lives.
A study suggests that people who were emotionally neglected as children may have a higher risk of stroke as an adult.
James Conners, MD, MS, a stroke neurologist at Rush, sheds some light on stroke survival and recent advances.