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Interactive health data plus rewards may help lower BP

Tracking your health data can help lower your blood pressure and earn rewards, according to a study presented at the American Heart Association’s 2015 High Blood Pressure Conference.

Making the 911 call for stroke differs by race, sex

During a stroke, slightly more than half of patients use emergency medical services (EMS) to get to the hospital, with white women the most likely, and Hispanic men the least likely to use EMS transport, according to new research in Journal of the American Heart Association.

Little Money, Big Risk

African-Americans at lower socioeconomic levels have increased risk of heart disease, stroke

Retrieving Blood Clots

Clot-removing devices provide better outcomes for stroke survivors

World Stroke Day

Stroke knows no boundaries — every 2 seconds someone in the world has a stroke. Globally someone dies of this leading cause of disability every 5 seconds, ending 6.4 million lives each year. Join us to raise awareness.

Getting Organized for the Kids

Rapid response to children’s stroke symptoms may speed diagnosis

Laws Improve Stroke Treatment

State stroke legislation increases U.S. primary stroke centers

A faster way to diagnose stroke in kids

An emergency room rapid response plan for children can help diagnose stroke symptoms quickly, a new study has found.

Vitamin D May Make A Difference

Low vitamin D predicts more severe strokes, poor health post-stroke Stroke patients with low vitamin D levels were found to be more likely than those with normal vitamin D levels to suffer severe strokes and have poor health months after stroke.

Getting Your Brain Ready

Exercise on a motorized stationary bike appeared to give stroke patients an advantage in relearning everyday tasks and improved motor function of their arms, according to research presented at the International Stroke Conference 2015.

Parents Experience PTSD After Child's Stroke

Parents of children who have had a stroke can experience post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and the children show signs of clinical anxiety.

Having a Purpose

Having a strong sense that your life has meaning and direction may make you less likely to develop areas of brain damage caused by blockages in blood flow as you age.

Stroke Survivors Getting Behind the Wheel

Drivers who have had recent strokes are more likely than drivers who have not had strokes to make errors during complex driving tasks, according to two small Canadian studies presented at the International Stroke Conference 2015.

The ADA Turns 25

Starting in the ’70s, the disability rights movement learned an important lesson from the civil rights movement and got organized. Their goals were the elimination of attitudinal, communication, transportation, policy and physical barriers so as to integrate people with disabilities into society.

Volunteers Urge Congress to Increase Access to Telestroke

Last year, Nancy went to her local hospital with stroke symptoms, but there was no neurologist on site. Luckily, one 60 miles away was able to diagnose and prescribe her care virtually via stroke telemedicine or telestroke. Learn more about telestroke and see how you can help increase access to more Americans.