Articles for Tag: "neurology"

No two stroke recoveries are the same 
No two stroke recoveries are the same
But early intervention is important across the board.
Can’t put a name to the face? You’re not alone. 
Can’t put a name to the face? You’re not alone.
This neurological condition may be to blame.
Claustrophobic? Here’s how to prepare for a screening. 
Claustrophobic? Here’s how to prepare for a screening.
An expert shares tips on how to cope.
WATCHMAN device provides sense of freedom to atrial fibrillation patients 
WATCHMAN device provides sense of freedom to atrial fibrillation patients
Roland “Tom” Stafford, Jr. said he was excited to get off blood thinner medication.
X-ray vision for surgeon speeds recovery from spine surgery 
X-ray vision for surgeon speeds recovery from spine surgery
A new minimally invasive augmented reality (AR) surgical navigation system can offer your surgeon a 3-D view of your unique spinal anatomy during procedures.
Sleep troubles can make you more than just tired 
Sleep troubles can make you more than just tired
This is how one study linked poor sleep to dementia later in life.
This can raise your risk of having a stroke 
This can raise your risk of having a stroke
Here are some things you can do to stay healthy.