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Vitamin C deficiency may be a risk factor for deadly hemorrhagic stroke.
Rutin has been shown to reduce clot formation and risk of fatal heart attack and stroke.
Eating potassium-rich foods may cut stroke risk by as much as 27 percent.
A brisk walk improves vascular function in women to help prevent a stroke.
Research has produced conflicting results regarding the prevention of heart conditions.
Women who ate the highest amount of citrus fruit lowered risk by almost 20 percent.
Upping your fiber intake decreases your risk of diabetes, cardiovascular disease and stroke.
New meta-analysis finds consuming magnesium-rich foods could help protect you.
Sodium consumption is linked to high blood pressure, but the connection to stroke is less clear.