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On cardiovascular health
Joshua S. Yamamoto M.D.
October 29 is World Stroke Day. As we live longer, we need to recognize that aging itself is responsible. Aging is now predictable, measurable and manageable.
New studies challenge long-held assumptions about red meat and the risk of having a stroke.
If you've had a heart attack, are you likely to have a stroke? You need to protect the brain from injury.
Has evolution set us up to become senile? We have genetically selected for all of the things that lead to vascular dementia.
Do you want a healthy brain? You need to keep a healthy heart.
Joshua S. Yamamoto, M.D., is a former Navy doctor who served in Kuwait as a cardiologist for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.