Barber Chris Matsumoto cuts Louis Borovansky’s hair last month at Nakamura’s Barber Shop in Sacramento. Matsumoto, now 34, was only 26 when he had a stroke that left him temporarily unable to speak and in need of long months of therapy. According to the Centers for Disease Control, the chances of stroke have soared alarmingly among people in early adulthood and middle age
Barber Chris Matsumoto cuts Louis Borovansky’s hair last month at Nakamura’s Barber Shop in Sacramento. Matsumoto, now 34, was only 26 when he had a stroke that left him temporarily unable to speak and in need of long months of therapy. According to the Centers for Disease Control, the chances of stroke have soared alarmingly among people in early adulthood and middle age Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Barber Chris Matsumoto cuts Louis Borovansky’s hair last month at Nakamura’s Barber Shop in Sacramento. Matsumoto, now 34, was only 26 when he had a stroke that left him temporarily unable to speak and in need of long months of therapy. According to the Centers for Disease Control, the chances of stroke have soared alarmingly among people in early adulthood and middle age Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

Odds of stroke rise sharply among young people

January 04, 2015 05:07 PM

UPDATED January 05, 2015 07:07 AM

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