Neighborhood may affect stroke survival in senior patients

04/14/2011 | WebMD

U.S. researchers found that every point increase in measures of neighborhood cohesiveness such as knowing neighbors by name and engaging in conversation was tied to a 53% increase in stroke survival among senior patients. But the results applied to white but not black participants, according to the study in Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association.

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