More stories about "Stroke Risks"

Shingles May Increase Risk of Cardiovascular Issues and Stroke

New research reveals that the disease may be a health risk especially for those below 40 years old.

An Extra 2,000 Steps a Day May Help Lower Your Heart Attack Risk

Choosing to walk may help reduce your risk of heart attack by 10 percent.

Lowering Obesity-Related Factors May Reduce Heart Disease and Stroke Risk

Monitoring and controlling blood pressure, cholesterol, and sugar may lower the risk of fatal diseases.

DIY Activities May Lower Risk of Heart Problems in Older Adults

Remaining active in your older years may help you fight off life-threatening conditions.

A Mediterranean Diet May Lower Stroke Risk in Individuals Predisposed to the Condition

If you have a family history of stroke, researchers recommend shifting to a healthier diet.

Physical Activity May Lower Stroke Risk, Says Study

Getting fit may protect you from obesity and hypertension, lowering your chances of suffering a stroke.

Depression May Increase Stroke Risk in Middle-Aged Women

Experts believe that early intervention may lower the effects and risks for both.

Coffee and Green Tea Attributed to Lower Stroke Risk

Japanese researchers found that antioxidants from coffee and green tea can help unclog your blood vessels.

Smoking, Drinking, and Drug Abuse May Cause Stroke in Younger Adults

The more you take your health for granted, the greater the risks you expose yourself to.

Stroke Found to Affect Younger Age Groups

No one is immune from getting a stroke, but with a lifestyle shift, you can raise your chances of avoiding it.

Show Your Kids Some Love Today, Reduce Their Stroke Risk Tomorrow

Findings from a new study suggest a surprising relationship between emotional neglect and stroke.

Chronic Stress Makes You More Likely to Have a Stroke

Research shows that life stressors and type A personality traits can cause chronic stress, which has been linked to a high risk of stroke.

Study Shows Lack of Sleep May Contribute to Your Stroke Risk

Try to get at least six or seven hours of sleep at night to lower your risk.

Drink Low-Fat Milk to Reduce Your Risk of Getting a Stroke

Research shows that sticking to low-fat dairy products is good for your heart.

Moderate Drinking May Lower the Risk of Stroke in Women

Research shows that women who drink up to seven glasses of alcohol per week may be helping their heart stay healthy.

Eat More Citrus Fruits to Lower Your Risk of Having a Stroke

Citrus-rich fruits like oranges can help you keep strokes at bay.

Eating Chocolate May Lower Your Risk of Getting a Stroke

Here's even more research suggesting that chocolate is good for you!