'You are not completely powerless and can slow down the process enormously if you pull yourself together, eat disciplined and exercise a lot.'
According to a study published this week in the European Health Journal, certain kinds of food can help reduce your risk of having a stroke. During the study, researchers followed over 400,000 Europeans over a period of 12 years to determine how
Knowing about 'bad cholesterol' levels earlier could enable adults to take preventative measures to lower their risk of heart disease.
Hayley Clark, 44, says her daughter Gracie, a healthy, active primary school student, suffered from a stroke last week.
The 63-year-old woman noticed her face was drooping on one side and her lips were twisted in her selfies.
Is it really possible to die from a broken heart? While fans were coming to terms with the tragic death of Star Wars icon, Carrie Fisher, 60, they were delivered another painful blow as it was revealed that just one day after the actress’ death, her mother, actress and singer Debbie Reynolds, 84, had died unexpectedly after reportedly suffering a stroke. “She went to be with Carrie.
Good news for eggs fans as a daily breakfast of the yolky stuff could reduce your chances of having a stroke. Scientists have studied more than 30 years of research and concluded that one egg a day can cut the chances of suffering a stroke by as much as 12%. Study principal Investigator Dr Dominik Alexander, said: “Eggs do have many positive nutritional attributes, including antioxidants, which have been shown to reduce oxidative stress and inflammation.
In fact, Stacey said her first word just a week before before her daughter, who is now nearly three years old. Stacey, now 25, said: “I was learning to do everything again at the same time as my youngest, Aurora, who was learning for the first time. Following her stroke in March 2014, Stacey, who is also mum to Leo, seven, and Tommy Lee, four, had to learn to do everything again with the help of husband Jason, 30.