90 Percent of Strokes Preventable, Yet Death Rate High

90 Percent of Strokes Preventable, Yet Death Rate High

  Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States killing one person every 4 minutes, on average. Another 660,000 stokes in the country do not result in death, but many are debilitating. Yet, a new worldwide study shows that more than 90 percent of strokes are preventable so why the high death […]

Obesity, Heart Failure, Stroke and Death Can Stem From Too Much Sleep

Obesity, Heart Failure, Stroke and Death Can Stem From Too Much Sleep

Sleeping more than nine hours a night on a regular basis, can put the sleeper at risk for a variety of health conditions. Some of those health conditions may include, depression, stroke, infertility, diabetes, obesity, heart disease and even an early death. Moreover, it could mean there are other health issues that should be talked […]

Stroke: A Practical Approach to Prevention

Stroke: A Practical Approach to Prevention

There is a popular adage that says, “prevention is better than cure.” This is a fact, especially with regards to stroke, where the more important thing to look at is a practical approach to preventing an occurrence, rather than allowing the condition to arise and then finding ways to properly treat and manage it. Before […]

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