Nearly 25% of all strokes happen with no known cause. Here’s what you need to know about this medical mystery, or what medical experts call cryptogenic stroke.
Young adults, children, and even infants can suffer strokes. Learn how strokes in young people differ from those in older adults and how to spot the signs.
Epilepsy is growing in adults over age 65. But it’s often hard to diagnose because it is often mistaken for dementia. Here’s what symptoms you should look out for.
Children can have a stroke. Here’s what you need to know.