Extra weight may improve survival after stroke in ‘obesity paradox’

16:13 EDT 29 Jun 2017 | Cardiovascular Business

Obese individuals face higher risks for stroke. But new research appears to show those with extra weight see better outcomes after suffering such an incident when compared to those in the normal range for bodyweight.

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