Women living with undetected stroke risk

Thousands of Australian women are living with an undetected silent killer that is putting them at higher risk of stroke compared with men, says the Stroke Foundation. Despite the fact there are more men than women living with atrial fibrillation (irregular heartbeat), women with the condition are almost twice as likely to have a stroke

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