It’s common to think that Aspirin can help with preventing strokes, but new research questions whether those assumptions are true or not.
Stroke is the #1 Cause of Adult Disability, #5 Cause of Death in the U.S.
A stroke can be unsettling. And many stroke survivors may experience post-traumatic stress disorder as they adapt and cope with all the changes in their lives after a stroke.
Electrical stimulation may sound jolting, but it can actually be an effective treatment for improving movement and spasticity.
Early indications are that a surgical procedure using cutting-edge technology is a significant breakthrough for treating hemorrhagic strokes.
A cup of coffee is part of many people’s morning routine. Researchers have examined how drinking coffee affects stroke risk and the results may surprise you.
Stroke has a negative stigma attached to it. Many survivors find that people question their judgment, insight, and capabilities without truly “getting it.”
After a stroke, many survivors realize they were not well-prepared for an emergency. Discover six simple things you can do in case of a future emergency.
Learn about a major advancement in stroke treatment, how driving can be dangerous post-stroke, why vitamin D may be important for stroke prevention, and more.
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