Journal of Neuroscience & Clinical Research

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Brain stroke in early 50’s

For most young people, the chance of having a stroke seems like impossibility — but there is no such thing as being too young for a stroke. Even though the overall rate of stroke is decreasing, especially in people over age 65, it’s actually increasing among young and middle-aged people. A county-by-county analysis, published in November 2019 in the journal Stroke, found that between 2010 and 2016, strokes among middleaged people increased in 3 times as many U.S. counties as strokes in people over age 64. These statistics were also no longer confined to what epidemiologists call the "Stroke Belt," a swath of the southeastern United States in which stroke rates are between 2 and 4 times the national average

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