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A study by researchers at the National Cancer Institute in Rockville, Md., has found that coffee drinkers live longer than people who avoid coffee. Read more» 1

Two studies show that taking aspirin everyday may reduce the risk of cancer, but experts are unsure if the benefits are worth the potential side effects. Read more» 2

Coffee was responsible for 10.6 percent of burst brain aneurysms, according to a study published in Stroke, a journal of the American Heart Association.

Coffee, sex, blowing your nose and getting angry can all raise your risk of a type of hemorrhagic stroke by causing blood vessels to burst, say researchers in the Netherlands. Read more»

A woman in Oklahoma suffered a massive stroke and although she had a directive specifying no artificial hydration or nutrition if she weren’t going to recover, her nephew insisted the local bishop’s directive on feeding tubes required the Catholic hospital to install one. Read more»

Chocolate can reduce the risk of dying after a stroke.

Showing your love this Valentine's Day buy giving chocolate? That sweet gift also could save a life. Read more»