Looking forward to kicking back a few beers during the Super Bowl?
A 37-year-old Georgia man who suffered a stroke in 2008 that left him so weak he could barely hold up his head is preparing to run in a 100-mile race in Lake Tahoe this July.
People who have demanding jobs and job strain are more likely to suffer one type of stroke, a review of previous studies suggests.
In an ongoing multi-center clinical trial, researchers are studying whether transcranial magnetic stimulation and occupational therapy can improve recovery for stroke patients.
Think you're at risk of a stroke?
A woman's garbled text message to her son had an underlying message: She was having a stroke
A 4-year-old boy went on a couple of roller-coaster rides during a family vacation over the summer and left the amusement park with a torn carotid artery.
Time is critical when someone has a stroke, but care can be delayed when victims, bystanders or even health workers don’t recognize the emergency, a new study in the UK finds.