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Is the increase in chances of stroke directly related to the increase in recent years in cardiovascular disease?

  • It's all related.

    Yes, the increase in chances of stroke is directly related to the increase in recent years of cardiovascular disease, because they are both tied to health lifestyle. Exercise is the single magic pill for good health. A person who takes care of their health has much less risk of either stroke or heart disease.

  • Yes, strokes are linked to cardiovascular disease in recent years.

    Yes, strokes are directly inked to the health of the cardiovascular system. Therefore if that system is diseases it is logical that there would be an increase in cardiovascular related issues such as strokes. In recent years the instances of cardiovascular disease can be tracked and be shown to related to the increase in the number of strokes.

  • Yes it is.

    Yes, of course the increase in the chance of stroke is directly related to the increase in cardiovascular disease. This is a fact. Strokes are a consequence of cardiovascular issues. If this problem continues, the cost of medical care will keep increasing year by year. It's an uphill battle for sure.

  • More Than Likely

    Since cardiovascular disease has to do with the heart, I would have to say the increase in chances of stroke are directly related to increase in cardiovascular disease. A stroke happens when the oxygen is cut off to the brain, which is carried their by the blood. High blood pressure is the number one risk factor for stroke and the Ischemic stroke is directly related to cardiovascular disease.

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