Researchers found an increase in the prevalence of risk factors for ischemic stroke from 2004 to 2014, including diabetes, which increased from 31% to 38% among hospitalized stroke patients and rose by 2% each year. The findings in Neurology, based on 922,451 patients, revealed that 48.7% of Hispanic patients had diabetes, compared with 30.5% of white patients.
Prevalence of diabetes as stroke risk factor increases, study finds
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