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Many Strokes Occur Shortly After Patients Experience Physical Exertion or Get Upset

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GALWAY, Ireland — An astounding one in 11 strokes occur within one hour of feeling upset or angry, according to a new global review of stroke survivors. Additionally, researchers from the National University of Ireland, Galway report one in 20 patients had engaged in a form of intense physical exertion shortly before suffering a stroke. These…

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Sudden Heart Problems Can Kill Younger Adults Making Love Too

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LONDON — Dying while making love is something most people probably assume only happens to older adults. However, a new study reveals that sudden heart problems can even strike down younger adults while they’re having sex. A team from St. George’s, University of London says, while death during a bedroom romp is rare, middle-aged men are…

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Just Stay In: More You Eat Home-cooked Meals, the Better Your Diet

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SEATTLE — Home is where the heart is — especially the healthy heart. Just by way of cooking your own food, you’re likely enjoying a healthier diet than those who rely on eating out, a new study finds.  Researchers at the University of Washington interviewed 437 residents of nearby King County, asking them to fill…

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New Research Reveals COVID-19 Traumatic Stress May Predict PTSD, Particularly for People With a History of Trauma

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The pandemic has taken a substantial toll on mental health—and for a subset of Americans, COVID has emerged as a source of traumatic stress that may predict post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, according to a new study led by Georgia State University. The research shows that the association between COVID traumatic stress and PTSD is stronger among individuals who have repeated experiences of past trauma. The findings were true across racial groups, with the exception of Asian Americans.

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