There aren't a lot of power athletes who "inexplicably" get strokes and heart attacks. And I'm not implying that endurance athletes have a high prevalence of those incidents. But it definitely seems to happen more often, even if infrequent. Many prior studies have tried to weigh the benefits of variant forms of exercise. And usually, they find benefits in all kinds. I tend to agree with that assessment. BDNF (a growth factor indicative of brain health improvement) is certainly more associated with aerobic exercise, yet doesn't have zero increase from anaerobic training. This study (https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamacardiology/article-abstract/2737412), however, shows the heart-health benefits of lifting.
And they seem to outweigh those of standard cardio training.