Having one may lead to the other, but they’re not the same.
80% of strokes could have been prevented.
“Strokes can occur in anyone … at any age.”
A transient ischemic attack (TIA) is anything but harmless.
Stroke is the third-leading cause of death in women.
Your risk for stroke begins earlier than you think.
The time that stroke symptoms begin is critical information for doctors.
“As a stroke neurologist, I think of myself as a detective.”
Knowing this could possibly save your life.
How the stroke occurs will affect how doctors treat it.
Stroke symptoms strike suddenly, but the effects can be long-lasting.
There’s a reason doctors say “time is brain.”
This all-too-common decision can have life-threatening consequences.
Stroke not on your radar? Here’s why you need to learn the signs.