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Preventing Stroke: What You Can Do

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Learn the ABCS of stroke prevention:

Aspirin: Aspirin may help lower your risk for stroke. But do not take aspirin if you think you’re having a stroke. It can make some types of stroke worse.

Blood Pressure: Control your blood pressure.

Cholesterol: Control your cholesterol.

Smoking: Quit smoking or don’t start.

Learn more about the ABCS and what you can do to prevent stroke at the Million Hearts® website.

You can help prevent stroke by making healthy choices and controlling any health conditions you may have.