"Drinking coffee, making love, getting angry or even blowing your nose can significantly increase your chances of having a deadly type of stroke, scientists have warned.
Seemingly harmless everyday functions such as going to the lavatory, drinking a can of cola or jumping when you are surprised, all trigger a sudden increase in the blood pressure.
This can lead to a subarachnoid haemorrhage, a type of stroke which is fatal."
Not that the article is going to present any tips on how to avoid such a thing. Not that tips are even necessarily available. In which case, if we can't do anything about these types of fatalities- other than completely avoiding going to the lavatory and blowing our noses for the rest of our lives- does this health information add to our well-being or detract from it?
ps- But what if a headache is involved?
pps- I give up. /barf