A study in Stroke found that high body mass index during adolescence was linked to ischemic stroke in young adults with or without diabetes. The findings, based on data involving over 1.9 million adolescents in Israel, "underscore the importance of effective treatment and prevention of high normal and excessively high BMI during adolescence," one of the researchers wrote.
High adolescent BMI tied to ischemic stroke risk later
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