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Vascular Health Sciences Chief Science Officer: American Seniors Need to Learn How to De-Stress

January 6, 2013

Vascular Health Sciences Chief Science Officer Nathalie Chevreau refers to new study that links stress to stroke in seniors, calls on seniors to find a way to solve it.

Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) January 05, 2013

A recent study at the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis links stress to one of the nation´s deadliest killers: stroke. Vascular Health Sciences Chief Science Officer Nathalie Chevreau said the news should be of concern to seniors, whose risk of stroke tripled when stressed, according to the study.

“Seniors must seek out the best ways to de-stress their lives,” said Chevreau. “Stroke kills one American every four minutes, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.”

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About Vascular Health Sciences

Founded in 2010, Vascular Health Sciences explores technologies, develops products and disseminates information to increase awareness and promote the proper care of the endothelial glycocalyx. Vascular Health Sciences is committed to increasing awareness of the glycocalyx and its role in vascular health, and to providing products supporting the care of this essential system. For more information, visit VascularHealthSciences.com, or follow ArteryHealth.org on Twitter.

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