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EmpowHER has received some really interesting questions recently about stroke. What is a stroke? Are there different kinds of stroke? How do I know if someone is having a stroke?
I was reading about spinal stroke the other day. I'm a little confused between spinal stroke and a regular stroke. What's the difference between spinal stroke and a regular stroke?
We've been told and have believed for some time, that antioxidants reduce the risk of several health conditions by helping taxed cells in the body minimize or repair the adverse effects ...
Getting a good night's sleep is merely a dream for those with obstructive sleep apnea, as the ability to breathe is too frequently interrupted due to blocked airways.
Don’t get caught believing a myth instead of knowing the truth about stroke treatments. It is not true that strokes cannot be treated.
Slurred speech is commonly recognized as a symptom that someone has had a stroke. But speech difficulties resulting from a stroke can be much more complicated than just slurred words.
We all have moments when we struggle to find the right words or forget the name of someone we just met.
It's been 2 1/2 years since my stroke (systic lesions in basal ganglia) I thought my back problems were the reason for my symptoms,I waited 72 hours before going to Emergency room.
Would you know if you were having a stroke? Stroke is the third leading cause of death for women in the United States, and fourth for men and women combined.
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Stroke is a brain injury. It occurs when the brain's blood supply is interrupted. Without oxygen and nutrients from blood, brain tissue dies quickly (in less than 10 minutes). This causes a sudden function loss.
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