For stroke survivors, outdoor sports provide opportunities to challenge yourself both physically and mentally due to an unpredictable and changing environment. Meeting new challenges can be empowering to a survivor.
Online pharmacies can be an easy and affordable way to stay on track with your prescription medicines. But it’s important to be a savvy consumer because fake online pharmacies are a growing problem.
A new, non-biased website dedicated to assisting patients, families and health professionals with identifying appropriate neuro-rehab solutions and resources has recently launched.
When it comes to blood pressure, what you don’t know can definitely hurt you. Many of the 80 million American adults who have it don’t know they have it.
At some point during their recovery, stroke survivors and caregivers realize that the world doesn’t reshape itself to fit their needs. Aphasia may have to be worked around, despite the best efforts of survivors and speech-language pathologists.
For many younger survivors, going back to work is often the measure for recovery. Here's some excellent guidance if you're working toward getting back into the workplace.
A stroke affects more than brain cells – it impacts every area of the survivor’s life, as well as the lives of the survivor’s loved ones.
The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association has created an online community called the Support Network. The goal is to connect people living with stroke and heart disease with others who are going through similar journeys.