Reduce your risk of silent strokes

As seen on this MRI scan, a silent stroke
involves small spots of damage to areas of the brain that are not directly associated with functions such as vision or speech. Yet researchers are finding these strokes can affect memory.

Published: February, 2015

Exercise, eat a healthy diet, and manage blood pressure and cholesterol to lower your odds.

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