Researchers at the University of Rochester have found that those who develop stroke have a higher risk of having their brains damaged by a stroke or brain injury.
According to the study, published in the British Journal of Neurology, more than 1.6 million Americans will be diagnosed with stroke in 2020 and 1.4 million will die from it.
The study found that stroke and brain injury are linked by their symptoms.
The most common symptoms of stroke are numbness, tingling, tinnitus, tachycardia, dizziness and blurred vision.
People with mild or moderate symptoms of strokes have lower risk of developing stroke, but those with severe symptoms have a much higher risk.
For example, stroke patients who are not aware of their condition and do not take medication for it have a 1 in 4 risk of stroke.
The new study also found that the number of strokes increased by nearly 20 percent in people with severe stroke.
The researchers speculate that this increase is linked to the fact that more strokes occur in people who have suffered from stroke.
Dr. Michael C. Bausch, lead author of the study and a neurologist at the Rochester Neurology Institute, told CNN that the increase in stroke risk may be related to the increased risk that strokes cause to the brain.
“It may be that people who suffer from stroke have higher rates of brain damage than others who do not have it,” he said.
Bausch explained that stroke is a major risk factor for brain injury and he thinks the number one risk factor is the amount of time a person has been in the hospital.
Bauch said that the researchers will continue to study this issue and develop more research to find out more about the link between stroke and neurological impairment.