Stroke recovery depends on several factors, including your age and the cause and location of your stroke. Find out what common complications you may encounter and how to manage them.
Get a dietitian’s advice on how you can be more food savvy after a stroke. Step 1? Boost your awareness of the high levels of salt, sugar and certain types of fat in many foods.
Recovering from a stroke involves overcoming physical and mental health challenges. Find five expert tips for coping with the emotional aspects of recovery.
After a stroke, you’ll likely have lingering mental and physical challenges. Find out how to adapt your home to make sure you can safely manage after you leave the hospital.
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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.
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