Healthy lifestyle can reduce stroke risk by up to 80%

08/12/2008 | U.S. News & World Report

Men and women who have a healthy lifestyle -- including no smoking, appropriate weight, regular exercise and moderate drinking -- can reduce their risk of stroke by up to 80%, a Harvard study found. The researchers analyzed data from some 115,000 adults and also found changing even one of the lifestyle factors can impact stroke risk.

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