Rapidly Improving Stroke Symptoms: A Pilot, Prospective Study

ReferencesNedeltchev K. Schwegler B. Haefeli T. et al.Outcome of stroke with mild or rapidly improving symptoms. 2007; 38: 2531-2535View in Article Scopus (166) PubMed Crossref Google ScholarBarber P.A. Zhang J. Demchuk A.M.... Read more »

‘American Pickers’: Frank Fritz Abandoned His Store ‘Years’ Before Stroke

History’s reality TV series American Pickers Season 24 recently ended. And fans are still curious about what Frank Fritz is up to next. Fritz is no longer on the series with Mike... Read more »

Does COVID-19 Affect Your Heart? A Guide to COVID-19 Heart Problems

COVID-19 affects people differently, and studies show that one in four COVID-19 patients develop long-term symptoms. Although a person’s age, the severity of the case, and prior health are significant factors, people without these... Read more »

Management of acute ischemic stroke in patients with COVID-19 infection: Insights from an international panel

A corona virus (SARS-CoV-2) has infected 986,776 persons as of April 2nd, 2020 over a period of 4 months. There is a possibility that Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) infection increases the risk of... Read more »
Psychedelics for Brain Injury: A Mini-Review

Psychedelics for Brain Injury: A Mini-Review

Introduction Despite millennia of historical use around the world, research into medical uses of psychedelic drugs has been stymied for years by stigma (1). “Classical” psychedelic drugs refer to the most well... Read more »

When a friend has a stroke

It can be difficult when a friend goes through any life changing event to know what to say. If you are the friend of a stroke survivor it can be hard to... Read more »

How Consistent Exercise Can Help Reduce Your Risk Of Stroke

If you need another reason for why you should get started on a regular workout regimen, add lowering your stroke risk and cardiovascular mortality to the list. According to Hebah Hefzy, M.D.,... Read more »

Bell's Palsy vs. Stroke: What Are the Differences?

Bell’s palsy is the most common cause of facial droop, a term that indicates the look of a patient’s face that is slack on one side from loss of muscle tone. The... Read more »

Why You Should Take Heed of the Warning From a ‘Mini-Stroke’

There’s nothing “mini” about a “mini-stroke,” known medically as a transient ischemic attack (TIA). Unlike a full-blown ischemic stroke, a TIA produces symptoms only temporarily and causes no permanent neurological damage. So... Read more »

Fleshlight Launch Review – Don’t Buy Anymore (2023)

Fleshlight Launch delivers an (almost) hands-free masturbation experience. The Fleshlight Launch’s VR mode is definitely more interesting than the manual mode and makes for a crazy/realistic experience. Important update: The Fleshlight Launch,... Read more »