It is a powerful trend—for two decades the stroke rate across the U.S.A. has been dropping. Even better news, is this is not just a small blip on the radar screen. The New York Times reports a 50% drop in strokes and a 40% drop in stroke deaths New York Times

Part of this progress is likely due to a family of medications called Statins that lower cholesterol and lower the chances of having a heart attack or stroke.

But, at the ChinQuee Center for Wellness and Aesthetics we believe there is more to lowering cardiovascular risk than just taking a statin.
That’s especially true when studies show one third of Americans are obese. a third of American adults are obese,
We all need to remain focused on therapeutic lifestyle changes (TLC) as well— eating right, getting exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, not smoking, and managing our stress.

You can learn more about the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) study at Bulletinhealthcare.com
And for help in maintaining a healthy weight http://www.chinqueecenter.com/medical-weight-loss/