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Sunday, May 13, 2007


My research shows that there is - in fact - a direct link between heavy drinking, stimulant drug use (Cocaine & Methamphetamines) AND massive stroke. Particularly massive stroke of the hemorrhagic type. This is the MOST deadly stroke.

I knew that heavy drinking can cause a lot of health issues, but I hadn't realized it would increase the chance of stroke by that much.

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