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Daytime naps could help prevent heart attacks, strokes, study finds

Need an excuse to squeeze in a midday snooze? Scientists from the University Hospital of Lausanne found that occasional napping could help you maintain a...

This women health issue is linked to higher stroke risk

Scientists from Michigan State University found that women with a history of endometriosis may be more likely to have a stroke later in life...

This common painkiller may increase your risks of heart disease, stroke

In a recent study from the University of Edinburgh, researchers found that long-term paracetamol use could increase the risk of heart disease and strokes...

Memory loss after stroke can resolve for some people

Scientists from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology found that around half of patients suffering a stroke had various forms of memory impairment...

This lawyer-musician relearned how to sing, note by note, after stroke at 42

Whether presenting a closing argument to a jury as a lawyer or singing on stage as a professional musician, Valerie Giglio of Stoneham, Massachusetts,...

Stroke is linked to depression before it occurs

Scientists from the University of Münster found while depression is a common problem for people who have had a stroke, some people may have...

Blinding eye disease strongly linked to heart disease, stroke

Scientists from Mount Sinai found that people with a specific form of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), a leading cause of blindness in the United...

Shift work linked to severe stroke later in life

As most Americans wind down for bed, 15 million people are just clocking into work. These hospital workers, emergency responders, factory operators, and others are...

Vaccination may lower stroke risk in people with flu-like illnesses

Scientists from Columbia University found that flu-like illnesses can increase the risk for stroke among adults, but being vaccinated might lower those odds, especially...

Young sportswriter had a stroke while at her parents’ house for Thanksgiving

Calli Varner set the clock early so she could pack up after a relaxing Thanksgiving stay with her parents last November in her childhood...