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Married Men Get Help Sooner for Stroke Symptoms - Mayo Clinic

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Uploaded on Feb 1, 2012

It's been said that marriage is good for your health -- especially if you're a man. Research at Mayo Clinic in Arizona shows that's true when it comes to seeking care for stroke symptoms.

A Mayo Clinic study, presented at the American Stroke Conference in New Orleans in early February, says that men experiencing a stroke call for emergency help quicker than women, especially if they are married. Joyce Lee-Iannotti, M.D., a neurology Fellow at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, and author of the study explains.

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