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Stroke is a medical emergency that leads to the death of brain cells within minutes of the interruption in blood supply.  Prompt treatment is vital to minimize brain damage and improve outcomes. There are many factors that can increase your risk of developing a stroke including lack of exercise, binge drinking, smoking, secondhand smoke, illicit drugs, being overweight and medical conditions such as high blood pressure and cholesterol, diabetes, sleep apnea and heart conditions.


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