Headlines Tagged with Stroke — 376 headlines found
Quitting before brain attack occurs cuts chances of second stroke, heart attack or death
Oct 25, 2012 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Oct 25, 2012 17:36
Smokers have a harder time solving problems and making decisions after having a stroke than non-smokers, according to a study which was presented at the Canadian Stroke Congress.
Oct 2, 2012 Medical News TODAY(UK)
added Oct 2, 2012 18:08
Memory, thinking, decision-making affected by tobacco use
Oct 2, 2012 EurekAlert
added Oct 2, 2012 17:18
People who smoke both cigarettes and waterpipes - dual users - lack sufficient knowledge about the risks of tobacco smoking and are at considerable risk for dependence and tobacco-related diseases, such as cancer, heart disease and stroke later in life, a
Sep 25, 2012 EurekAlert
added Sep 27, 2012 13:17
A research team at Seoul National University Hospital said on Friday that its analysis of 426 patients shows that smokers were two-point-eight times more likely to suffer subarachnoid hemorrhages than nonsmokers.
Sep 21, 2012 Korea Broadcasting System (KBS World Radio) (kr)
added Sep 22, 2012 08:51
The sooner patients resumed habit after leaving hospital, the worse they fared
Aug 31, 2012 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Aug 31, 2012 17:42
Experts suggest the anger and hostility of a hard-driven personality could be to blame . . . Smoking or having smoked in the past also doubled the chances, the investigators found.
Aug 30, 2012 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Aug 30, 2012 12:27
A new study, presented at ESC Congress 2012 by Professor Furio Colivicchi from San Filippo Neri Hospital, patients who continue smoking after a stroke have a three times higher chance of death. Research also suggests that the earlier patients start smoki
Aug 28, 2012 Medical News TODAY(UK)
added Aug 29, 2012 20:14
Patients who resume smoking after a stroke increase their risk of death by three-fold, according to research presented at ESC Congress 2012 by Professor Furio Colivicchi from San Filippo Neri Hospital. The researchers also found that the earlier patients
Aug 26, 2012 European Society of Cardiology
added Aug 27, 2012 14:17
The three most common chemicals are carbon monoxide (car exhaust), tar (makes roads and blackens the lungs), and nicotine (used in bug spray). It is hard to imagine anyone wanting to contaminate their brains with these chemicals and poisons.
Aug 12, 2012 Fredericksburg (VA) Free Lance-Star
added Aug 12, 2012 16:51