Headlines Tagged with Stroke — 387 headlines found
an epidemic of cardiovascular disease that will probably worsen over the next two decades...Smoking is also widespread...More than half of Chinese men still smoke. Cardiovascular illnesses are now the leading cause of death in China.
Aug 15, 2016 New York Times
added Aug 15, 2016 18:56
Conclusions: The incidence of SAH seems to be decreasing. This tendency may be coupled with changes in smoking rates. The incidence of SAH in Finland is similar to other Nordic countries.
Aug 12, 2016 Neurology
added Aug 18, 2016 19:19
The most fatal form of stroke is becoming increasingly rare as cigarettes fall out of fashion, new research shows. A sharp drop in the number of people who suffered a subarachnoid hemorrhage occurred in the same period as a decline in smoking numbers.
Aug 12, 2016 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Aug 14, 2016 19:47
Smokers, especially female smokers, have a higher risk of subarachnoid hemorrhage - bleeding inside the lining of the brain – compared with nonsmokers, according to a new study. Based on previous studies, smoking seems to account for at least one third o
Jul 27, 2016 Reuters
added Jul 28, 2016 13:21
[Finland, UK] Social smoking could be deadly: Even that occasional cigarette 'TRIPLES your risk of brain hemorrhage'
Though the risk increased with the number of cigarettes smoked a day, occasional smoking still carried a significant risk. Women who smoked just one a day tripled their risk of brain bleeds compared to non-smokers.
Jul 27, 2016 The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Jul 27, 2016 03:02
Female sex has been considered to be an independent risk factor for subarachnoid bleeds, but the new findings suggest that smoking -- especially heavy smoking -- explains this increase in risk, wrote Joni Valdemar Lindbohm, MD, of the University of Helsi
Jul 22, 2016 MedPage Today
added Jul 25, 2016 15:05
Still, the findings suggest that smoking may be playing a role in contributing to brain bleeding, especially in women, and that people who smoke in any amount should be aware of the heightened danger.
Jul 22, 2016 TIME Magazine
added Jul 23, 2016 00:28
Conclusions—Smoking has a dose-dependent and cumulative association with SAH risk, and this risk is highest in female heavy smokers. Vulnerability to smoking seems to explain in part the increased SAH risk in women.
Jul 21, 2016 Stroke
added Jul 27, 2016 12:52
For stroke survivors, having high blood pressure, diabetes, low levels of good cholesterol or smoking earlier in life accounted for almost 40 percent of the risk for second strokes and 10 percent of risk for post-stroke dementia, according to the analysi
Jul 21, 2016 Reuters
added Jul 22, 2016 17:38
Strokes characterized by bleeding inside the lining of the brain are more common among smokers, especially women, researchers report. These serious strokes -- called subarachnoid hemorrhages -- are eight times more common among women who smoke more than
Jul 21, 2016 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Jul 21, 2016 22:42