St. Mary Medical Center will host Gospel Music Night for Stroke Awareness on Saturday, May 12, 2007, from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Women across the nation are learning how to protect themselves from stroke, thanks to a new, life-saving stroke awareness program presented by CRM Healthcare.
County residents are encouraged to find out if they are at risk of a stroke by registering for a free screening and assessment by the Ocean County Health Department.
NMT Medical, Inc. has received conditional approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to its revised study hypothesis and statistical plan in the CLOSURE I patent foramen ovale (PFO)/stroke and transient ischemic attack (TIA) trial in the U.S.
Adam Sachs speaks with frequent travelers-including Daily Show regular John Hodgman-who collect over-the-counter European medications like souvenirs.
May is National Stroke Awareness Month, and the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control urges South Carolinians to reduce risk factors and recognize the warning signs of stroke.
The finding may ultimately revolutionize emergency stroke care by putting blood pressure-lowering medications alongside clot-busting drugs and blood thinners as front-line medications.
Scientists have untangled two similar disabilities that often afflict stroke patients, in the process revealing that one may be treatable with drugs for Parkinson's disease.
The use of stimulant drugs, including cocaine and amphetamines, may be linked to a higher risk for stroke.
The study found men were more than three times as likely as women to achieve functional independence after stroke at three months with tPA treatment.
A new treatment for stroke called the Merci Retrieval System.
Many stroke patients have cholesterol higher than national guidelines recommend that may have prevented the stroke from happening.
Children with sickle cell disease who experienced major complications such as pain and lung disease early in life are at no greater risk for stroke or death during later childhood.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can provide a more sensitive diagnosis than computed tomography (CT) for acute ischemic stroke.
Guidelines will help reduce stroke related death and disability rates by identifying carotid stenosis in a timely manner, allowing treatment before a stroke occurs.
A drop in the number of patients undergoing the most commonly used stroke prevention surgery, carotid endarterectomy, for inappropriate reasons.
Two novel treatments, found in an extract of green tea, may prevent brain damage caused from stroke.
Recurrence of silent brain lesions after initial stroke may predict subsequent stroke.
The effects of late occurring strokes, which can be life threatening or result in permanent or severe disability, can be particularly devastating.
Stroke survivors less than 65 years old report having more difficulty accessing physicians and affording medications than stroke survivors older than 65.
The next generation of treatments for shock or stroke could be based on a protein that is already in our heads: neuroglobin.
People who have just suffered their first ischemic stroke, a blood clot in the brain, often have elevated inflammatory biomarkers in their blood that indicate their likelihood of having another stroke or an increased risk of dying.