Patient Story

‘I could feel God’s hand’

Barbara Kladder suffered the type of brain aneurysm that often kills people. With faith and family, she's back to work and thriving.

Non-drug migraine treatments often ignored

Cognitive behavioral therapy, stress management, relaxation techniques and biofeedback may reduce symptoms by 50 percent.

Patient Story

Once blind, her eye can now see

After a woman suffers a stroke that affects her retina, hyperbaric medicine treatments help restore vision.

How much exercise helps the aging brain?

Ultimately, any activity is beneficial to thinking skills. The key is to keep moving.

Tick, tick, boom!

Avoid the (tick) bite this year as their population expands ... your health could depend on it.

Ward off heart disease with fish

These omega-3 rich foods moderately lower risk of heart attack, stroke, heart failure and sudden cardiac death.

Patient Story

A tale of two strokes

After back-to-back strokes, each reversed with a thrombectomy, Gary Cole, 74, feels ‘darn lucky’ to be getting back to life as usual.

Don’t throw yourself out

Strengthening the right muscles, pitch counts and proper rest can improve short- and long-term health.

FDA approves first drug aimed at preventing migraines

People who thought their migraines were difficult to prevent may actually have hope of finding pain relief.

Patient Story

‘They call me the million-dollar head’

His right side once paralyzed by a life-threatening brain hemorrhage, Fabian Vasquez is now back at school and riding a bike.

Make life with dementia better

Someone develops dementia every three minutes, but too many face it alone and feel socially isolated.

Too much social media may harm a woman’s body image

Such sites often put false images in your field of vision, whether you opt for them or not.