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Urban-dwelling millennials are having strokes at alarming rates — and scientists can’t figure out why

A new Scientific American analysis of stroke trends reveals that millennials are having more strokes than ever before — and that risk factors include living in large cities in the Midwest and on the west coast. Along with higher risk factors based on living in West and Midwestern urban...
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