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After stroke, patients often lose hand strength and dexterity. Occupational therapists offer in-office rehabilitation and hand exercises you can do at home.
Studies show that many Americans do not know the warning signs of a stroke or how to manage their risk factors to reduce their chances of having a stroke.
You are not alone in your journey as a caregiver for your loved after a stroke.
Aspirin keeps cells in the blood from sticking together to form a clot. But the risks of taking aspirin for stroke can outweigh the benefits.
Staying calm and acting fast are extremely important during a stroke. Learn the do’s and don'ts when responding to a stroke.
Making sense of mini strokes: what they are, what they could signal, and what to do.
Knowing the truth about strokes and stroke risks could be the difference between life and death.
Every year, more than 795,000 Americans suffer an often-debilitating stroke. The good news is that stroke can be prevented by living a healthy lifestyle.
Baystate Wing Hospital receives Get With The Guidelines Target: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award.