Learn which option is best for getting necessary, live-saving treatment for a stroke victim as quick as possible.
Yes, stress at work is bad. But it can also put you at higher risk for stroke. Find out why stress increases your risk.
If you don’t have symptoms of cardiovascular disease, a preventive ultrasound screening is unlikely to be helpful, experts say.
Could an eating plan that’s a cross between the Mediterranean and DASH diets help shield you from developing dementia after a stroke? Dietitian Kate Patton, RD, explains the latest research on the MIND diet.
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Life after suffering a stroke typically involves some degree of physical disability. But a new study shows that the physical effects of a stroke are only one of several profound changes — differences that may not be apparent to others.
Nearly 25 percent of all strokes happen with no known cause. Here’s what you need to know about this medical puzzle or what medical experts call cryptogenic stroke.