Stroke

Decreasing blows US

Feb 18, 2017 | | Say something

The number of strokes experienced by people in the US It has decreased, as deaths caused by this disease. Statistics compiled by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg public health researchers showed that there was a 24 percent reduction in stroke for the first time, while there were 20 percent of deaths less related. It was known […more]

Confusion about the symptoms of high blood pressure for stroke

Feb 12, 2017 | | Say something

It is believed that one in ten people in the northwest of the country believe there are symptoms which will reveal if you have high blood pressure -. the major controllable risk factor for stroke A new survey by the Stroke Association revealed signs ten percent believed ranged from swelling in the arm bruising around […more]

The former captain of Leeds United recovering from stroke

Jan 9, 2017 | | Say something

The former captain of Leeds United Football Club is preparing to participate in a race of 10 km home as part his attempt to recover from a stroke. Brendon Ormsby experienced this condition shortly before Christmas last year and, having been physically active in his career, was determined to overcome this adversity. The Yorkshire Evening […more]

Could an eye examination to determine the risk of stroke?

Jan 3, 2017 | | Say something

An eye exam that costs as little as £ 20 could be effective for predicting which individuals are more likely to develop a stroke in the future. Scientific Research Institute of Eye of Singapore at the National University of Singapore believe that this procedure could be useful as it is to take pictures of the […more]

Could stem cells increase the stroke recovery?

Dec 29, 2016 | | Say something

The introduction of different stem cells at the same time could reduce the amount of brain damage is caused by a stroke. Research in Shanghai Jiaotong University in China discovered this could be a potential treatment method for people who suffer a stroke, after his success in rodents. This approach has also been improved recovery […more]

EastEnders character to have a stroke

Dec 28, 2016 | | Say something

The character of Patrick Trueman is experiencing a major coup in EastEnders as part of an upcoming story. In an attempt to make this realistic story and reinforce the knowledge of such a sensitive issue, the crew of the BBC1 soap opera have worked closely with experts and people who have suffered a stroke. They […more]

high-tech helmet could detect stroke

Dec 26, 2016 | | Say something

A helmet has been created that can determine if a person has had a stroke, scientists say. Strokefinder works by examining tissue in the brain to see if a blood clot is present, the use of microwaves. This could help speed up the process of diagnosis or treatment of stroke, thus helping the chances of […more]

protein diet may reduce stroke risk, study finds

Dec 23, 2016 | | Say something

Eating foods that are rich in protein could drastically reduce the chances of developing an accident cerebrovascular. This is according to a study of 14 who analyzed the eating habits of more than 250,000 individuals. was known to consume 20 g of protein a day, equivalent to a filet of chicken breast or salmon, could […more]

Chris Tarrant feared for his life after stroke

Dec 9, 2016 | | Say something

TV personality Chris Tarrant has ruled on when experienced a stroke, saying he thought he was going to die. Speaking on Good Morning Britain, the former Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? host revealed he was on a flight back to the UK from Thailand two months ago when things started to take a turn […more]