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Stroke rates increasing in youth and decreasing in elderly (perhaps due to Vitamin D) – Nov 2016

Stroke Rates Rising in Younger People New York Times

New Jersey 227,000 strokes over 20 years

Age    Stroke rates
1995-99 to 2010-14
35-39 147 %
40-44101 %
45-49 68 %
50-54 23 %
55-59 11 %
60-64-22 %
65-69-8 %

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Ischemic Stroke Rate Increases in Young Adults: Evidence for a Generational Effect?
Journal of the American Heart Association, 2016;5:e004245 http://dx.doi.org/10.1161/JAHA.116.004245


The study failed to even mention Vitamin D
The study speculated that the increase in the younger groups might be due to increased obesity
The study had no speculation as to why the elderly rate was decreasing
Note the chart below - seniors are greatly increasing Vitamin D levels, youths are not

See also VitaminDWiki

More people with more than 50 ng is.gd/50ngVitD

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7412 Stroke rate vs age.pdf PDF 2016 admin 30 Nov, 2016 03:31 901.13 Kb 267
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