"Silent strokes" more common than thought in middle-age adults

02/19/2009 | Yahoo!

A five-year study found so-called silent strokes, which often have no symptoms, may be at least five times more common than regular strokes for people under age 65. The research, part of the Framingham Heart Study, also showed silent strokes were not uncommon in people younger than 50.

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