Stroke Prevention Blog Posts

Self Help: Mental Attitude and Physical Tone

Good health! Whenever you go out of doors, draw the chin in, carry the crown of the head high, and fill the lungs to the utmost; drink in the sunshine; greet your friends with a smile, and put soul into every hand-clasp.Keep your mind on the great an...
by Gadget News on Jun 4, 2013

Tea and Coffee for Stroke Prevention

Tea and Coffee for Stroke PreventionLocated between the two options, tea or coffee? Drinking just two, taste different and have the 'power with' in preventing stroke. A 13-year study reveals how both drinks can reduce the risk of stroke significantly...
by Health and Fitness on Mar 23, 2013

Optimistic attitude toward the health effects

The relationship of optimism and healthA person who has an optimistic attitude tend to see things from both sides. Two people are behind bars in the same prison to see something different on the outside of the prison, depending on whether the person...
by Health and Fitness on Mar 20, 2013

Sexual Dysfunction May Be A Tip-off To Heart Disease In Diabetic Men

Sexual dysfunction may be a marker of cardiovascular disease in men with longstanding type 1 diabetes, investigators announced at the 72nd Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association (ADA).Sara Turek, MPH, and colleagues examined the ass...
by Hello Cupcake It's Me on Jul 25, 2012

Long Term Insulin Not Linked To Higher Risk Of Heart Attack, Stroke, Cancer

Long term use of insulin does not put people with diabetes or pre-diabetes at higher risk for heart attack, stroke or cancer, according to a large international study that followed more than 12,500 people in 40 countries over 6 years.One … Cont...
by Hello Cupcake It's Me on Jul 18, 2012

American Diet Fuelling Heart Disease And Diabetes Rates In Southeast Asia

As Southeast Asians embrace American fast foods, such as pizza, french fries, hot dogs and hamburgers, more are dying prematurely form coronary heart disease and developing diabetes type 2, researchers from the University of Minnesota School of Publi...
by Hello Cupcake It's Me on Jul 16, 2012

Long-Overlooked Protein May Be The Gateway To The Storage And Burning Of Fat, Diabetes Treatment

Humans are built to hunger for fat, packing it on during times of feast and burning it during periods of famine. But when deluged by foods rich in fat and sugar, the modern waistline often far exceeds the need to … Continue reading →...
by Hello Cupcake It's Me on May 11, 2012

Higher HbA1c Levels Predict Better Outcomes in Advanced Heart Failure With Diabetes

Patients with advanced heart failure who were also diabetic had better two-year survival if their baseline glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) levels were >7.3% in a new study [1]. Among the non-diabetic patients with heart failure, HbA1C levels did not...
by Hello Cupcake It's Me on Apr 16, 2012

Indications of a Cerebrovascular accident

The heart stroke final results any time bloodstream overflows into the places surrounding brain cells. This might occur if the blood flow to part of the brain is suddenly interrupted. Or it might occur when a circulation system within the human brain...
by free health knowledge on Feb 29, 2012

Five Habits That Help Stroke Survivors Live Longer

  By Dr.Kristie LeongImage Credit:Glitzy queen00 Having a stroke is a life changing experience for most people and among those who survive a stroke there’s always the fear of a stroke recurrence. In a study published in the journal Stroke, researc...
by study case healthy on Jun 27, 2010

10 Tips To Stroke Prevention

By National Stroke Association, USA1. Know your blood pressure. Have it checked at least annually. If it is elevated, work with your doctor to keep it under control.• High blood pressure (hypertension) is a leading cause of stroke.• Have your blo...
by study case healthy on Jun 6, 2010
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