Did you know that stroke is the third leading cause of death and the number one cause of long-term disability? The most common signs of a stroke are weakness on one side of the body or a speech disturbance such as slurring. These programs detail the signs, symptoms, rehabilitation and methods for preventing strokes.
According to the American Heart Association, resistant hypertension is a common clinical problem that many patients, clinicians and specialists face. In this podcast, Dr. Keith Benzuly will discuss how hypertension,...
TIAs: Mini Strokes with Big Consequences
A transient ischemic attack (TIA)—also known as a mini-stroke—lasts only a few minutes and the symptoms usually disappear quickly. But a mini-stroke can be a warning sign that a person...
Stroke: Risk Factors and Recovery
Each year, nearly 800,000 people will experience a stroke in the US. In this podcast, Dr. Andrew Naidech will explain risk factors--and recovery—from this potentially deadly condition.
Do you have resources to deal with cancer that go beyond understanding treatment? Patients like me certainly spend a lot of time talking about treatments, and research into better treatments, which makes a lot of sense. But that’s just part of the cancer journey. Patients and caregivers also have personal... Read all!