A major conference which aims to discuss prevention and the latest treatment methods of strokes opened in Dubai today.
Dr Ahmad Kalban, CEO of Primary Health Sector at the Dubai Health Authority (DHA) inaugurated the two-day secon
Lack of awareness of stroke symptoms is one of the leading causes of death and adult disability in the UAE, said a senior surgeon.
Dr Mohammed Baguneid, chief of vascular surgery at the Abu Dhabi-based Mafraq Hospital called for the pub
Women who walk at least three hours every week are less likely to suffer a stroke than women who walk less or not at all, according to research from Spain that looked at thousands of people.
While the current study, which appeared
Women who imbibe sugary soft drinks almost every day are 83 percent more likely to have a certain type of stroke than women who rarely drink sodas and other sweetened beverages, according to a Japanese study.
The fourth biennial conference Physio Dubai 2012, which will highlight the latest trends in rehabilitation of patients with strokes and injuries, opened today (May 20) at Jumeirah Emirates Towers.
The two-day conference, organised by Emira
A charter to offer solutions that could prevent millions across the Middle East from a stroke caused by atrial fibrillation (AF), a potentially life threatening condition, was launched at a global cardiology congress in Dubai.
The World He
Stroke, the destruction of brain tissue from blockage or rupture of blood vessels, is one of the leading causes of death and permanent disability in the Arab world.
It is second only to heart attack as a cause of death in the region, a rep
Diet soda may benefit the waistline, but people who drink it everyday may have a heightened risk of heart attack and stroke, according to a new US study.
Although the researchers, whose work appeared in the Journal of General Internal Med
Living in a crowded city or near a busy highway where the air quality is poor might lead to a higher chance of stroke or memory loss, according to two US studies.
Both reports appeared in the Archives of Internal Medicine, with one findin