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The American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology recently released new cardiovascular disease prevention guidelines.
A new center at LSU Health Shreveport will help people who suffer strokes, heart attacks and other cardiovascular diseases.
Stroke deaths in the United States have declined dramatically in recent decades due to improved treatment and prevention, according to a scientific statement published in the American Heart Association journal Stroke .
From the are Will Chandler, events co-ordinator with the P.E.I. Heart and Stroke Foundation, Kevin Wile, volunteer organizer, Sarah Millar, general manager Consolidated Credit Union and Emily McKeown, co-owner of fivelevenwest
Organizers are preparing the Heart and Stroke Foundations BIG Hearts celebration set for Credit Union Place on Jan. 18. The event includes a four-course meal and entertainment.
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Tyrosine Pharma, Inc., has announced the appointment of Wayne Laslie as president and chief executive officer.
A group of stroke researchers at the Medical University of South Carolina was awarded $1.7 million to serve as the regional center for a national stroke institute.
Officials at Easton Hospital will recognize its designation as a primary stroke center at 1 p.m. Thursday in the main lobby.
A combination electrical stimulation and brain-computer interface treatment for stroke has strengthened the brain regions responsible for movement and can help rehabilitate patients.
STROKES are the third most prevalent cause of death in South Africa, with 10 South Africans suffering a stroke every hour.
In case of a health emergency, not everyone knows how to respond. In this edition of Wellness, YNN's Jill Urban offers some tips to take action during an emergency.
Millions of patients worldwide taking effervescent, dispersible, and soluble medications have an increased risk of heart attacks and strokes because of the high salt content of such products.
Chemical compounds found in the plant could help shrink the area of the brain affected by stroke, the study suggests.