The Southeast has been known as the Stroke Belt for decades, but new research also reveals residents here are also at greater risk for...

The Southeast has been known as the Stroke Belt for decades, but new research also reveals residents here are also at greater risk for sepsis, a severe illness in which bacteria overwhelms the bloodstream. USA Today/HealthDay reports on the study’s findings.


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