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Stages of vascular dementia and life expectancy of stroke dementia patients

Vascular dementia is a term used to characterize thought processes caused by some sort of brain damage. Here we look specifically at stages of vascular dementia and life expectancy of stroke dementia patients. Vascular dementia means that someone has problems with reasoning, planning, judgment, and memory related to brain damage from impaired blood flow to ...click here to read more

Christmas heart attack and holiday heart syndrome prevention tips

Your heart undergoes plenty of stress during the holidays, increasing your risk of Christmas heart attack and holiday heart syndrome. December 26th, in particular, is a dangerous day for those suffering from heart-related problems, so these individuals become more vulnerable to heart attacks, arrhythmias and heart failure. Previous research suggested that the risk of heart-related ...click here to read more

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Over 60? You’re at risk for this…

As a kid, you probably developed chicken pox—a rash all over your body that was incredibly itchy and made you miss several school days. You may think that chicken pox is something that only young children experience, but it can affect seniors too, and when it does, it is known as shingles. Shingles is far ...click here to read more

World heart day: Enlarged heart, diabetes and heart disease, fluid around the heart, massive heart attack

September 29th is World Heart Day, which is held and organized by the world heart foundation. The purpose of this occasion is to inform people about cardiovascular diseases, which cause many cases of preventable death in the world. To better facilitate this purpose, we have compiled a list of articles to help get you started ...click here to read more

Researchers discover new way to promote stroke recovery

Most people know that experiencing a stroke is serious and perhaps even life-threatening, but what most people don’t understand is why they happen. There are two kinds of stroke: hemorrhagic and ischemic. Both cause brain tissue to lose its blood supply, risking cell death. Hemorrhagic stroke is considered the deadliest form of the condition, as ...click here to read more

7 signs that you may have a heart problem

Heart disease continues to be the number one killer in America for both men and women. Unfortunately, many lives are taken because we ignore or are just not aware of the signs and symptoms that reveal a heart problem. By not knowing or even overlooking these symptoms, you are putting your life at risk. Matters ...click here to read more