Articles Tagged with “STROKE”

For decades, a tiny encampment of researchers has held that statin treatment is a hoax. In a time when contrarian views roar to life on social media, how can medicine keep minority opinions from doing irreparable harm?

The body can behave strangely at high altitudes. What can that teach researchers about life at sea level?

The first emergency vehicles rolled down city streets 150 years ago.

As the role of the pharmacist changes, one program explores how it can help people with heart disease and other conditions.

Researchers are untangling how animals can live in the Arctic and Antarctic cold. The applications for human medicine could be vast.

Stroke researchers marvel at what hibernating animals can do. Now they’re searching for strategies that would benefit patients.

Exercise is usually healthy. But taken to an extreme, can it put the heart in peril?

Caring for her father after his stroke helps the author heal old wounds.

New therapies for stroke, multiple sclerosis and other conditions may get a boost from interhospital cooperation.

Neurologist Lee Schwamm looks at 10 pivotal years in the treatment of stroke victims.