Cigarette Smoking Directly Correlated to Stroke Risk in Young Adults

Experts are reporting that young men who smoke are more likely to have a stroke, and this risk increases with every cigarette.

The most common type of stroke is ischemic stroke, which is affecting an increasing number of young adults, and tobacco use is also increasing among this age group.

While previous research has confirmed a link between smoking and stroke occurrence in young women, few studies have explored this association in young men.

Cigarette Smoking Directly Correlated to Stroke Risk in Young Adults

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