A large study offers the strongest evidence yet that a diet the government recommends for lowering blood pressure can save people from heart attack and stroke.
Strokes occur more often in the spring than any other season, and the heightened risk is seen in men, women, young and old alike, new research suggests.
People who have had strokes are prone to depression, but a large, new study published on Monday said the psychological condition does not appear to raise the risk of stroke.
Aggressively lowering blood pressure in the early hours of a bleeding stroke can limit its severity, a preliminary study found, giving hope of a major advance for treating this often-fatal problem.
Barriers to health care, bad habits and poor diet put U.S. adults at far greater risk of stroke than Europeans, researchers in the Netherlands said on Friday.
Strokes have tripled in recent years among middle-aged women in the United States, an alarming trend doctors blame on the obesity epidemic.
Transplanting brain cells produced from human embryonic stem cells helped fix stroke damage in the brains of rats, according to scientists who hope to test the same thing in people within about five years.
A daily dose of one’s favourite pop melodies, classical music or jazz can speed recovery from debilitating strokes, according to a study published Wednesday.
Women’s strokes are often recognized later than men’s and has to do with differing symptoms, the Guetersloh-based German Stroke Foundation said.
A person’s level of vitamin C may predict his or her likelihood of having a stroke, according to a long-term study of some 20,000 middle-aged and older residents of Norfolk, United Kingdom.