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Thursday, 23 September 2004 18:44

Stroke Risk Increases with Mid-Life Obesity

A body mass index greater than 30 in mid-life increases a man’s risk of suffering a stroke, findings from a Swedish study show. The study followed 7,402 apparently healthy men aged 47 to 55 (in 1970) for 28 years. There were a total of 873 first strokes during that time.

The men whose BMI exceeded 30 kg/m2 suffered a higher incidence of total stroke, ischemic stroke, and unspecified stroke than men of normal weight. No significant correlation could be made between BMI and hemorrhagic stroke.


Jood K, Jern C, Wilhelmsen L, Rosengren A. Body mass index in mid-life is associated with a first stroke in men. A prospective study over 28 years. Stroke. 2004; 35.


 

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