Stroke

It is cognitive impairment associated with stroke?

Mar 7, 2017 | | Say something

Individuals struggling with cognitive impairment may be more vulnerable to experiencing a stroke. This is according to new research from the Medical University of South Carolina, which showed how these participants had a 39 percent increased risk. When experts include a broader definition of cognitive decline, the chances rose to 64 percent. While stroke is […more]

Survivors brain stimulation could help stroke?

Mar 3, 2017 | | Say something

A new treatment method could be used to help people recover from strokes. Scientists at Stanford University School of Medicine found that optogenetically stimulate the brain of mice five days after stroke resulted in an improvement in their condition. Published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the research could help develop therapies similar […more]

Link between ‘ability to self-administer and memory loss’ in stroke survivors

Mar 2, 2017 | | Say something

can not be a link between those who administer their own medication and rate of memory loss in people who have suffered a stroke. Kessler Researchers looked at 24 patients who had suffered a stroke and 17 controls. It was revealed the first group had underestimated about its ability to self-administer treatment compared to last. […more]

They could eat noodles increase the risk of stroke?

Feb 28, 2017 | | Say something

People who eat noodles could be in a higher chance of developing a stroke. Researchers in the US He found those who ate the processed food two or three times a week had a higher risk of cardiometabolic syndrome. This raises the possibility of developing other diseases such as stroke. it could tell women were […more]

Neck manipulation could be associated with stroke?

Feb 28, 2017 | | 1 comment

therapies involving manipulation of the neck may be associated with stroke, a new scientific statement has revealed. The observation, which was published in the journal Stroke ‘American Heart Association, said that while treatments neck may be linked to the movements, medical experts can not be sure they cause disease. Ischemic stroke may be the result […more]

It should be centralized stroke care?

Feb 27, 2017 | | Say something

There have been calls to centralize stroke care in hospitals across the country through the use of specialized units in an attempt to provide better care the patients. Up to 96 lives were saved when this approach was adopted at eight locations in London, according to a study by the University College London (UCL). The […more]

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]