Small Strokes Big Strokes

Blockage of the arteries supplying the heart is the most notorious action of fatty plaques, but these cholesterol-filled growths occur just as often in the brain. There are many narrow, crooked, tortuous blood vessels in the brain, and these curves and kinks become the danger points: fatty, cholesterol-filled plaques stick to the inside walls and grow in size until they slow down blood flow, then a blood clot gradually forms and eventually causes complete blockage. When their blood supply is cut off, the nerve cells die due to lack of glucose and oxygen: this is the most common form of stroke.

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Unraveling Alzheimers Disease

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