Anxiety Linked to Strokes

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By Molly Clifton

Anxiety may lead to higher risk of stroke.

A new study in the Journal of The American Heart Association looked at patients with anxiety disorders.

The symptoms include feeling worried, stressed, nervous or tense.

People with the most symptoms had a 33 percent chance of higher risk for stroke.



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