Care Team Spotlight: Mark O’Connor, MD – Endocrinologist

Care Team Spotlight: Mark O’Connor, MD – Endocrinologist

Dr. O’Connor joined the UMass Memorial Diabetes Center of Excellence (DCOE) after completing his endocrinology fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital, but he is no stranger to Worcester. He graduated from UMass Chan... Read more »

Milford Woman Charged with Animal Cruelty After Dog Dies From Excessive Heat Exposure, Tethering

NEWS FEED Delaware Animal Services Seeks Tips Regarding Dog Found Dead in Canary Creek Date Posted: March 29, 2023 Governor Carney Announces Roadway Safety Initiatives Date Posted: March 29, 2023 Animator Tad... Read more »

What’s The Best 2 Stroke Dirt Bike? Our Top 10 List!

While they’re not as popular as they used to be, there really is no substitute for a proper 2-stroke dirt bike. Here, we’re going to look at some of the best models... Read more »

How Does Extreme Heat Affect Our Brains?

If you’ve ever felt like you can’t think straight or concentrate on a task when it’s hot and humid, you’re not alone. Many individuals experience this brain fog when temperatures rise to... Read more »
Can You Recognize the Signs of a Stroke?

Can You Recognize the Signs of a Stroke?

Quiz yourself to see if you can spot a stroke while it’s unfolding. When a stroke occurs, quick action could mean the difference between life and death, consciousness and coma, mobility and... Read more »

New Details Emerge in ‘American Pickers’ Star Frank Fritz’s Recovery From Stroke

American Pickers star Frank Fritz is four months into his difficult rehabilitation after suffering a stroke. On July 14, 59-year-old Fritz was hospitalized for a stroke after a friend discovered him on... Read more »

5 Effective Methods for Regaining Balance After Stroke

Balance is a complex function. It requires coordination of the legs, feet, and core. Even your arms play a role in your balance as they swing by your sides when you walk.... Read more »

Study of ECG changes and its relation to mortality in cases of cerebrovascular accidents

DISCUSSIONThe average incidence of CVA cases in AJ Institute of Medical Sciences during the study period from December 2009 to May 2011 was 6.02%. It is comparable to Kuruvilla and Bharucha’s study[4]... Read more »

Magic mushroom compound increases brain connectivity in people with depression

Psilocybin, the psychedelic compound found in magic mushrooms, helps to “open up” depressed people’s brains, even weeks after use, a study has found. These are the findings of a new analysis of... Read more »

Recurrent Hemorrhagic Conversion of Ischemic Stroke in a Patient with Mechanical Heart Valve: A Case Report and Literature Review

2. Case PresentationA 43-year-old Vietnamese man, with no history of hypertension, currently living in the US, first presented with a five-day history of persistent worsening headache and dizziness with intermittent nausea. He... Read more »