Strokes On Rise In Young And Middle-Aged

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Strokes On Rise In Young And Middle-Aged

Since 1995, the number of strokes among Americans age 15 to 34 has risen 51 percent for men and 17 percent for women. What do you think?

  • "That's encouraging. I really have a thing for ladies with right-side-dominant motor function, and it’s never been easy to meet them in my age group."

    Marc Valensi
    Systems Analyst
  • "Similarly, the number of people receiving $5 bills and a secondhand greeting card on their birthdays has spiked nearly 90 percent."

    Renée Hammond
  • "It's time that Billy Squier comes to terms with the fact that his song affects more people than simply those givin’ him the business all night long."

    Todd Fraiture