When people asked stroke survivor Erin Gianaras what they could do to help, she came up with the perfect answer.
NICO BrainPath comes to the rescue for Ohio woman who had a hemorrhagic stroke. "I take a look at Cathy today and we’re so blessed," says her husband.
RapidSOS partners with the National Stroke Association to provide quick access to emergency services for free.
A 13-year study finds lower odds for atrial fibrillation in people who eat moderate amounts of the treat.
Researchers find that stroke in a certain part of the brain increases alcohol-seeking behavior and preference for alcohol.
Study says too many people aren't getting the meds to fight atrial fibrillation, a major cause of disabling stroke.(read more)