VIDEO: The new rules now require additional warnings of increased heart attack and stroke risk.
PHOTO: Walking a total of 2 hours a week can cut your stroke risk by 30 percent, according to a large study of nearly 40,000 women, conducted over a 12-year period.
PHOTO: The journal of Neurology found that men who reported eating about one-third cup per week of dark chocolate had a 17 percent lower risk of stroke compared with those who did not consume any chocolate.
PHOTO: Elderly women diagnosed with atrial fibrillation are at higher risk of stroke.
VIDEO: Study finds women who eat foods with flavanones have reduced stroke risk.
VIDEO: Swedish study finds chocolate in moderation reduces stroke risk in women.
PHOTO: "People who have prehypertension are at higher future risk of stroke," says Dr. Bruce Ovbiagele.
VIDEO: Results of a new study show intense intake can reduce stroke risk in adults.
VIDEO: Study finds risk of stroke drops when women stop taking estrogen after menopause.