High Levels of Physical Activity Could Reduce Silent Stroke Risk
- intense activities such as racquetball, tennis, jogging, and hiking significantly lowered rates of small brain infarcts, areas of dead tissue resulting from lack of blood supply, compared to those who were either slightly active or sedentary.
- the benefits of moderate to high activity levels were wiped out for those on Medicaid or without health insurance. These participants, who were highly active, showed the same risk.
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