Hockey player and taxidermist Chad Kious envisions his return to the ice after having a unique surgery to remove the blood clot in his brain.
Study: These two factors make you three times more likely to die from heart disease.
Specific proteins released by a damaged heart may help doctors quickly identify patients at high risk of heart attack and stroke.
Researchers find women 60 and older are more likely to develop heart disease or have a stroke if they used antibiotics for two months or longer.
The limited mobility of stroke survivors puts them at increased risk of osteoporosis, broken bones and falls—but most are never screened for these problems.
Not all strokes happen quickly. But quick action still makes all the difference.
Mounting evidence indicates the most common sexually transmitted virus is likely tied to a higher risk of stroke and heart problems.
A partnership between two Michigan hospitals proved instrumental in saving a Traverse City man who suffered a stroke.
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.
If it's a healthy heart you're after, cut out the screen time and make your morning a priority.
For Diana and David Vos, life after stroke hasn’t been easy. But perseverance has brought the couple a long way—and they’re not giving up.
New research suggests older women may be at especially high risk if they consume several artificially sweetened beverages each day.
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