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Faster Stroke Treatment Is Everyone’s Job

— May is National Stroke Awareness Month. During this month, the emphasis has been on ways to lower the risk of stroke and the latest research on stroke treatment. And one more thing that’s heavily emphasized: When it comes to stroke survival and recovery, fast treatment is of the highest importance. Recent research pinpoints ways our... Read More

Eight Myths and Facts About Strokes

— May is National Stroke Awareness Month. When it comes to stroke, what you don’t know can hurt you! Here are some commonly held myths about stroke: Myth #1: The symptoms of stroke are all the same. Let’s start with this one, because recognizing the symptoms of stroke and getting prompt medical attention is so important!... Read More

Strokes in Adults Under 45

— “He’s too young to have a stroke!” is a common line you hear when someone under 45 unexpectedly experiences one. The risk increases with age, but people of any age can experience a stroke. May is World Stroke Month, and this year we’re taking a look at how strokes affect younger adults and how rehabilitation... Read More

15 Caregiver Tips for Stroke Month

— Family caregivers know that coping with caregiving tasks following a stroke can be overwhelming.  The American Stroke Association offers 15 tips to help family members care for their loved ones. It’s better to find out than miss out. Be aware of the medications that have been prescribed to your loved one and their side effects.... Read More
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