Increasing dietary intake of fruit and vegetables could help slash the risk of stroke, though more information is needed on how other nutrients and diets can modify risks, says a new review of clinical data.
An analysis of eight different studies on fish consumption supports
the theory that the food protects against stroke, particularly
ischaemic stroke. But the evidence does not offer the same proof
for supplements of fish oil, warn...
Men who eat fish once a month or more have a reduced risk of
ischemic stroke, compared with those who eat fish less often,
according to researchers reporting in a recent issue of The
Journal of the American Medical Association. Even...