News file for: Stroke
Researchers have developed a new stroke rehabilitation device to help patients recovery faster.
A daily dose of tea and coffee may help to cut the risk of stroke by 20 percent, says a new study.
Japanese-American men who did not eat foods rich in vitamin D had a higher risk of stroke later in life, according to results of a 34-year study in Hawaii.
In fantastic news for all chocolate lovers around the world, researchers say that a daily dose of dark chocolate may lower the risk of stroke and heart attack over a ten-year period.
People with a curious condition that causes them to apply make-up on only one side of their face, or ignore food on half of their plate, are helping scientists to understand stroke recovery.
Researchers are using magnetic stimulators to jump start the brain after a stroke and repair swallowing functions which malfunction in over half of stroke patients.
South Asians are particularly prone to adding the type of organ-hugging fat that can lead to diabetes and coronary artery disease, says a new study.
A new WHO study shows that the relative burden of heart disease and stroke is closely linked to national income.