A quarter of strokes in the UK happen to people of working age or younger
Almost two-thirds of stroke victims (60%) fall within the traditional working age bracket of 40 to 59, statistics by RedArc have shown. According to its age analysis (February 2018), out of 983 stroke patients, 282 were in the 40-49 bracket and 589 were aged 50-59 - age groups most likely to be working. One in four of the 100,000 strokes in the UK each year (according to charity Different Strokes on January 2018) happen to people of working age or younger. Employer responsibility Under...
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