Posted by Steven Reinberg, HealthDay Reporter Oct 12, 2017
More people are surviving strokes, but the but researchers find that the health problems that cause stroke aren't going away.
Posted by Amy Norton, HealthDay Reporter Sep 26, 2017
Researchers find that patients who quit taking aspirin were 37 percent more likely to suffer a stroke over the next three years, versus those who kept taking it.
Posted by Mary Elizabeth Dallas, HealthDay Reporter Sep 15, 2017
Eight out of 10 of the strokes associated with methamphetamine abuse were bleeding strokes, researchers find.
Posted by Steven Reinberg, HealthDay Reporter Sep 15, 2017
Study suggests a variety of reasons that women may be more prone to stroke than men.
Posted by Robert Priedt, HealthDay Reporter Aug 29, 2017
To help predict which stroke survivors were most likely to have a major bleeding event, researchers used 10 factors to create a risk-scoring system.
Posted by Dennis Thompson, HealthDay Reporter Aug 29, 2017
Fruits, vegetables and legumes are still good for you but remember to avoid the refined, processed kind of carbs to reduce stroke risk.
Posted by Robert Priedt, HealthDay Reporter Aug 10, 2017
A large study serves as warning for stroke survivors who are prescribed cholesterol-lowering medications.
Posted by Robert Priedt, HealthDay Reporter Jul 21, 2017
The lower stroke risk probably resulted from a higher rate of prescriptions for blood-thinning drugs that prevent blood clots, according to the researchers.
Posted by Lynn Bronikowski Jul 13, 2017
The seventh annual RAISE Award nominations are now open. We have made it easier to nominate an individual or group who has worked hard to raise awareness for stroke. Read about our eight award categories.
Posted by Lynn Bronikowski Jul 7, 2017
Kids who lose weight by age 20 can cut their chances of having a stroke later in life, study suggests