Drug use as a risk factor.First published 12-09-12When a stroke happens to anyone under the age of 55, a major suspect is drugs, specifically the stimulantsmethamphetamine and cocaine. In the journal ...
Videos Are First and Second in Series from Neurological Surgery, P.C.Rockville Centre, New York (PRWEB) September 29, 2011 Nationally known stroke experts John Pile-Spellman, M.D., F.A.C.R, and Jonathan L. Brisman, M.D., have released two educational vide
( Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada ) Smokers a lot younger than non-smokers when they have strokes. Not only are smokers twice as likely to have strokes, they are almost a decade younger than non-smokers when they have them. Between January 2009 and
( Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada ) Most people who have strokes are in danger of falling, getting hurt. Almost 60 per cent of people who have a stroke experience one or more falls afterward -- most often in their own homes -- and some are left with