Bradford Worrall, MD, professor of Neurogy, was recently interviewed by Sandy Hausman on Radio IQ to discuss how blood type may correlate with a patient’s risk of stroke. After reviewing records of nearly 17,000 stroke patients under the age of 60, Worrall says scientists discovered individuals with type A blood were at 16% higher risk for stroke, whereas those with type O were 12% less likely to suffer stroke. Other factors that may impact risk include weight, blood pressure, diabetes, irregular heartbeat, and smoking.
Bradford Worrall, MD Interviewed on Radio IQ
September 19, 2022 by email@example.com