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Sleep Apnea Identified As a Stroke Risk Factor

Posted on 15. Apr, 2010 by in Clinical Notes

Study shows that men are at higher risk than women.

People who habitually snore and breathe abnormally through the night — especially middle-aged and older men— are more in danger of suffering from a stroke, according to a

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