Son: Hockey Great Gordie Howe Didn't Have 'Major Stroke'A son of hockey great Gordie Howe says an MRI has revealed the hockey great didn't endure another large stroke this week, as the family had feared.
Study: Diabetic Heart Attacks And Strokes Falling In the midst of the diabetes epidemic, a glimmer of good news: Heart attacks, strokes and other complications from the disease are plummeting.
Country Singer Randy Travis Released From HospitalCountry singer Randy Travis has been released from Baylor Heart hospital in Plano, Texas, weeks after suffering from a serious heart condition and stroke.
Doctors: Singer Randy Travis Awake After StrokeCountry music star Randy Travis was awake and making progress Monday as he recovers from surgery following a stroke, his doctors said.
Southern Diet, Fried Foods, May Raise Stroke Risk Deep-fried foods may be causing trouble in the Deep South. People whose diets are heavy on them and sugary drinks like sweet tea and soda were more likely to suffer a stroke, a new study finds.
Granbury Mayor Suffers Severe StrokeGranbury Mayor Rickie Pratt suffered a severe stroke and was airlifted to Plaza Medical Center in Fort Worth on Friday morning, the city confirmed in a statement.
Even Fit Baby Boomers Won't Escape Heart ProblemsHere's a reality check for health-conscious baby boomers: Even among those in good shape, at least 1 in 3 will eventually develop heart problems or have a stroke.
Stroke Survivor Thanks New Device For Ability To Stay ActiveA stroke survivor walked back in for a checkup just three and a half weeks after a new medical procedure saved her life.
Tomatoes May Protect Against StrokeA new study shows that people with the highest amounts of lycopene in their blood -- an antioxidant found in tomatoes -- were 55 percent less likely to have a stroke.
Chocolate May Lower Stroke Risk For MenConsuming a moderate amount of chocolate weekly may lower the risk of stroke for men, according to a new study.
Zumba Helps Fort Worth Doctor's Stroke RecoveryDoctor Philippa Evans is back in zumba class after several weeks off -- and she has hardly missed a beat. It is amazing because just three weeks ago she faced a medical emergency in that same room.
Blood Type Might Be A Clue To Heart Disease Risk Here's another reason to know your blood type — it might be a clue to your risk of heart disease. People who have blood types A, B, or AB have a slightly higher risk of heart disease compared to those with type O.