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  • Life Expectancy After Mini Stroke: Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA) A mini stroke, or transient ischemic attack (TIA) is a brief interruption of blood flow to part of the brain, spinal cord or retina which may cause temporary stroke-like symptoms but does not damage brain cells or cause permanent disability. Mini strokes are often an early ... Continue Reading
  • Bell's Palsy vs Stroke: What's the Difference? While both a stroke and bell’s palsy can begin in the brain, the two conditions are actually quite different. This can result in confusion among patients. Is bell's palsy a stroke? Can bell's palsy lead to a stroke? In this post, we will discuss what you need to know about ... Continue Reading
  • Different Strokes: Specific Warning Signs of Stroke for Men & Women No two strokes are ever the same, but there are warning signs to watch for that signal that a person may have a stroke. While there are some common signs to watch for, please keep in mind that women and men have different risk factors and both also have stroke symptoms that ... Continue Reading
  • Measuring Stroke Severity & Recovery Time It happens suddenly, but can take months or years to recover. A stroke can be scary for the patient and for their loved ones. However, after the event, it is important for medical professionals to measure the severity of the stroke which will help determine the recovery time ... Continue Reading
  • What’s Normal During Stroke Recovery? A stroke is a serious medical condition which can occur with little warning. Since it impacts in a vital organ, the brain, it’s no surprise that immediate medical attention is needed to prevent loss of life. After the initial medical event has been stabilized, a new process ... Continue Reading
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