This Weather Pattern Is Now Linked to Higher Stroke Risk

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 The risk is highest among women and people over age 60, a large study found. Ground Picture /

As the hotter days of summer approach, it is possible that your risk of stroke could rise with the temperature, a recent study has found. When hot weather carries over into the nighttime hours, the heat is related to a significant increase in the risk of stroke, according to researchers at the German federal research institution Helmholtz Munich and the Augsburg University Hospital.



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