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Researchers call it an easy but often overlooked opportunity to enhance stroke rehabilitation.
Balance and walking ability improve more when stroke survivors are given harder tasks, a study shows.
Osteoporosis and the danger of fractures may not be on your list of stroke consequences, but they should be.
Stroke survivors are less likely than heart disease patients to get cholesterol-lowering meds despite the benefits, research shows.
Younger women and those who get the debilitating headaches "with aura" needn't fret but should be aware of the stroke link.
Former New England Patriot Tedy Bruschi proved what he'd learned from a previous stroke when he started having symptoms on the Fourth of July.
A new policy statement from the American Stroke Association looks to boost stroke prevention, treatment and recovery.