When she suffered a stroke, quick treatment led Mary Kleinheksel to a remarkable recovery—and a chance to sing again.
Swift stroke treatment led to the best possible outcome for an expectant mom and her baby.
A fast-acting medical team helped a Michigan businessman survive an aneurysm and a stroke.
Researchers are trying to understand the precise mix of factors that contribute to improved health outcomes.
Not all strokes happen quickly. But quick action still makes all the difference.
When she went to a hockey game promoting stroke awareness, Nancy Weeks never imagined she would soon become a living example of early detection and treatment.
Getting help fast can save lives and lower disability.
Facial drooping, sudden arm weakness or speech problems signal a need for help.