Cardiovascular

Advanced macular degeneration increases risk of hemorrhagic stroke

Research presented at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference 2011 states that in people who are 55 years or older and have advanced macular degeneration are at higher risk of hemorrhagic stroke, but not ischemic stroke. Read more here.


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