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Coffee 'can boost brain haemorrhage risk'
A scan for this should then be added to the growing list for screening of all the other potential disorders we can contract from wayward lifestyles. Whilst this might serve to put some minds at rest, it could create a culture of the 'worried well' but save millions in care which would be required if a CV event occured. however, this might result in a costly rise in demands for free CBT on the NHS, other psychotherapies and psychotropic drugs and eventual death caused by disease to one of the organs or systems still not include on this list may be an inevitablility!
It seems paradoxical that all the behaviours which have been so strongly encouraged for the benefits to health, and normal physiological functions some of which are unavoidable, should suddenly become such a threat.
Further interesting information and comments on this can be found in the article in today's Telegraph
Coffee, exercise and nose-blowing raise risk of stroke
Everyday activities such as drinking coffee, energetic sex and even blowing one’s nose can burst blood vessels in the brain, according to research.
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