Tungsten Linked to Strokes

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By Molly Clifton

A type of metal used in cell phones and computers may increase the risk of stroke.

A new study found people who have high levels of the metal tungsten in their bodies were nearly twice as likely to suffer a stroke.

Researchers say during the production process small amounts of the metal can make its way into the water supply leading to human exposure.




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