Stroke Risk in Black Americans: Expert Q&A
- A Young Neurologist Mentors Black Women, Fights Disparities
Eseosa Ighodaro, MD, PhD, is a neurologist focusing on stroke, health disparities, and mentoring the next generation of doctors.
- Stroke Risk in Adults Younger Than You May Think
Some types of stroke are becoming more common in people younger than you might expect. Find out what helps lower your stroke risk.
- How to Exercise After a Stroke
Struggling to get back to exercise after a stroke? Read on for guidance.
- WebMD My Story: Recovering From Stroke
Michelle Moccio couldn't believe she was having a stroke – as a stroke nurse practitioner, she thought it was just too ironic.
- Is This Stress or a Stroke?
Is your head throbbing, your heart racing, and you worry you could be having a stroke? Chances are, you’re not. Learn the signs that are more likely from a stroke. It could save your life.
- Keys to Recognizing a Stroke
Getting treatment fast is key when you're having a stroke. Learn how to recognize the symptoms.
- Arm and Hand Exercises for Stroke Rehab
WebMD asked stroke rehab experts to describe the types of exercises that are used to help stroke survivors regain the use of their affected arm.
- Stroke Prevention Lifestyle Tips
If you've already had a stroke, preventing a second one is a top priority. WebMD checks with the experts and offers lifestyle tips that can help prevent future strokes.
- Stroke Recovery: Tips for the Caregiver
Caring for a loved one who has had a stroke can be a daunting task. WebMD asked experts what caregivers need to know. Here are their caregiving tips.
- After a Stroke: Medications to Reduce Arm Spasticity
WebMD talked with experts to find out what kinds of medications are used to help patients who develop spasticity after a stroke regain control over their arm movements.
- Chocolate Chips Away at Stroke Risk
Eating a little bit of chocolate each week may not only lower the risk of having a stroke, it may also decrease the odds of dying from one.