World Stroke day on the 29th of October According to updated statistics, one in 4 people is expected to have a stroke during the lifetime. Fifteen million people around the world have strokes each year. Knowing the early warning signs of stroke saves lives. read more
Women are more likely to have atypical stroke symptoms They can start with fatigue, confusion, or perhaps general weakness, as opposed to a known sign of stroke - weakness on one side of the body. Women tend to ignore sudden warning signs of health disorders in the daily juggle of work-life balance. And this can lead to a delayed call for help and therefore less chance of effective treatment. read more
How Controlling Blood Sugar Benefits Your Heart and Brain When most people hear the term “blood sugar,” the disease that generally comes to mind is diabetes, not cardiovascular disease. However, type 1 and type 2 diabetes are some of the most harmful risk factors for cardiovascular disease. read more
A legendary actor suffered a stroke Alain Delon suffered a stroke and is now recovering in Switzerland read more
Is it a stroke, or something else? If you have only one symptom of a stroke, or only mild symptoms, how do you know it's a stroke and not something else? Will symptoms eventually appear that make it clear you've had a stroke? What other conditions cause stroke-like symptoms? read more