Kissela and his colleagues decided to look at the average age of the patients when they noticed an increase in younger patients with stroke. But, Silver said, even though in the elderly fall in this study ,, we see a rise in the number of strokes in younger patients, which means we to make some of the gains are offset by the fact that these younger. . .
The population of about 1.3 million people were representative of the entire United States for the age, according to the proportion of blacks, the average income and education level Kissela. Hispanics, however, were under-represented.