Helpful Information for Stroke Victims

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World Stroke Day: Staying positive after stroke

World Stroke Day is October 29, a time to prepare for raising awareness among family and friends to the […]

After Stroke Therapy, 5 Things You Can Do At Home

After your stroke, you probably went through hours of therapy. Now that is over, and you want to continue […]

Rates of Stroke Declining in the US

There is plenty of good news on the stroke front in the US these days. It has been found […]

5 Tips to Lower Your Future Stroke Risk

New guidelines were released recently that helps doctors to better assess and monitor the risk factors for survivors of […]

Post Stroke, Your Partner May Need Care, Too

If your partner suffers from a stroke, you as the caregiver can suffer health problems as well, according to […]

June Is National Aphasia Awareness Month

June is National Aphasia Awareness Month. Aphasia is a communication disorder that damages one’s ability to use and understand […]

Tips for Caregivers of Stroke Patients

For the caregiver whose loved one recently suffered a stroke, you will probably have feelings of shock, worry and […]

What Type of Stroke Did I Have?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), there are three major types of stroke:

Ischemic
Hemorrhagic
Transient ischemic

Ischemic Stroke

Most […]

What You Should Know About Afib and Stroke

According to the National Stroke Association, atrial fibrillation, or Afib, affects the health of over 2 million people in […]

Recovery, Rehabilitation and Resources After a Stroke

Recent statistics on stroke note that seven million people in the US have survived a stroke and are living […]



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