Women with miscarriages and stillbirths at risk of stroke: study

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A new research from the University of Queensland found out women who experience miscarriages or stillbirths are more at risk of having strokes later in life.

The research, conducted in more than 600,000 women across the world, found out the more events like miscarriages happen, the more at risk women are of a stroke years after these events happen..

However, not everything is bad news for women.

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