heat-stroke

When the body experienced overheating, heat stroke can happen. This can be caused by too much sun exposure or too much physical exertion at high temperature. Heat stroke is a deadly form of heat injury. When the body rises 50 104F or higher, heat stroke could happen. This is very common in most tropical countries…

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Using methamphetamines may increase the risk of stroke among young people, according to a new review. Methamphetamine use was linked most strongly to a type of stroke caused by bleeding in the brain, known as a hemorrhagic stroke, as opposed to ischemic stroke, which is caused by blood clots. Given the increasing use of methamphetamine…

brain-aneurysm

A brain or cerebral aneurysm is a condition where there is a weak and bulging part in the arterial wall of an artery that is responsible for supplying blood towards the brain. This is a deadly illness and the sad part is, most of the times, it is asymptomatic or the patient will not feel…

mild-stroke

Mild Stroke is also known as TIA or transient ischemic attack. This happens when a part of the brain starts to experience a sudden and insufficient flow of blood. This can cause symptoms similar to a stroke. It can be resolved within 24 hours. Not like stroke, this type of mini-stroke does not kill the…

stroke

Among the deadly diseases that affect most people of today is a stroke. People who are high risk to develop this condition are those who are obese, diabetic and hypertensive. Not everyone could be aware that they already have the condition because it is mostly asymptomatic or no symptoms can be felt until suddenly, a…

stroke

Stroke is among the many deadly diseases that affect lots of people these days. The sad thing is, if a person would only be conscious or mindful about his health, this illness can be prevented. The most cause of stroke is poor diet full of Trans and saturated fats. With increase consumption of these can…

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