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Could the increased risk of stroke in the southern U.S. be due to diet?

Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine
The way food is prepared can make healthy food bad. In this video Robin Miller, MD talks about the increased risk of stroke in the south United States labeled as "the stroke belt."

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