stroke

Patients who receive medical attention within three hours of the first symptoms have less disability after three months than those for whom care was delayed

By Ask the Doctors • June 25, 2021

New results challenge the current model of how the brain can reorganize in the aftermath of stroke damage

By uclahealth • June 25, 2021

UCLA Health researchers have identified risk factors that can contribute to clot fragments

By uclahealth • June 15, 2021

A recent study reveals link between blood pressure and risk of heart attacks

By uclahealth • March 22, 2021

‘We’re trying to rewire the brain,’ explains UCLA Health neurologist Steven Cramer

By uclahealth • March 8, 2021

Don't allow the election to stress you out

By Alana Prisco • November 4, 2020

Why you shouldn't ignore these symptoms - read here

By Anne Machalinski • July 14, 2020

“Valentines’ Day of last year I had a stroke,” reveals Jeff Heisert, who had a blood clot behind his right eye. “I was completely paralyzed and blind. Dr. May Nour, my By uclahealth • January 30, 2020

“This tiny pool of blood settled over the nerves that control the motor function of my left leg. So, initially, my only symptom was that my left leg was paralyzed,” recalls Linda Hatcher, a stroke survivor and member of the By uclahealth • January 30, 2020

“We’re looking at people’s risk for stroke and heart attack by doing a basic quiz,” explains Pamela Nye, the stroke coordinator and clinical nurse specialist for neuroscience at UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica. Pamela is [...]

By adinielli • December 12, 2019