Global Stroke Care Takes a Hit During the Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic was linked with a global decline in the volume of stroke hospitalizations, intravenous thrombolysis , and interfacility IVT transfers, a researcher...
4 hours ago - MedPageToday
Want to be robust at 40-plus? Meeting minimum exercise guidelines won't cut it
Young adults must step up their exercise routines to reduce their chances of developing high blood pressure or hypertension - a condition that may lead to heart attack and...
15 hours ago - ScienceDaily
1 in 50 COVID Patients in ICU Will Develop a Stroke
Title: 1 in 50 COVID Patients in ICU Will Develop a Stroke Category: Health News Created: 4/16/2021 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 4/16/2021 12:00:00 AM
19 hours ago - Medicine Net - 3 articles
‘We Were Flying Blind': A Dr.'s Account of a Woman's J.&J. Vaccine-Related Blood Clot Case
The disorder is rare, but so severe that the vaccine is on hold while experts weigh the risks and alert doctors and patients about symptoms and treatment.
1 day ago - NY Times - 2 articles
4 New Stroke Studies and Guidelines to Know
Dr Christoph Diener on new ESO thrombolysis guidelines and data on carotid stenosis, stroke scales, and mobile stroke units. Medscape Neurology
1 day ago - Medscape
Mississippi man described as 'young and healthy' suffers debilitating stroke immediately after COVID vaccine
A Mississippi family is demanding answers after 43-year-old Brad Malagerie suffered a mysterious stroke just hours after receiving the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine...
1 day ago - Natural News - 4 articles
Should You Get an Annual Health Check-Up?
What are the risks and benefits of getting an annual check-up from your doctor? Physicians and patients have come to expect the annual check-up as a routine part of care...
2 days ago - Nutrition Facts
COVID Stroke Rare in ICU
About 2% of COVID-19 patients experienced a stroke after they were admitted to intensive care, a year-long, multinational study showed. Of these ICU patients, hemorrhagic...
2 days ago - MedPageToday - 6 articles
Stroke occurs infrequently in large cohort study of patients hospitalized with COVID-19
Acute stroke occurred rarely in a cohort of nearly 2,700 “critically ill” patients with COVID-19, according to findings from an international registry that also demonstrated...
2 days ago - Healio - 3 articles
Cardiologists Can Perform Stroke Thrombectomy to Fill 'Unmet Need'
Interventional cardiologists can competently perform stroke thrombectomy after training, with similar outcomes to neuroradiology centers, a study shows. US...
2 days ago - Medscape
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Brilliant Bulls crush NSW inside four days to claim Sheffield Shield title
Queensland needed five wickets to beat NSW for the first time in a Sheffield Shield final. The Blues didn't even survive the morning session.
Popovic, Talay on Victory radar as search for new coach begins
Tony Popovic and Ufuk Talay are on the radar for the vacant Melbourne Victory coaching hot seat.
Crime and thrills in a '60s sanctuary recalled for festival show
A new play premiering for Melbourne's rescheduled Midsumma Festival recalls the sights, sounds and conflicts of the old Kings Cross in Sydney.
Support grows in Morrison government for next-gen vaccines being made locally
Cutting edge vaccines to fight COVID-19 could be made in Australia, with support growing in the Morrison government for onshore manufacturing.
It's OK Our Bodies Have Changed During the Pandemic
The coronavirus changed so much about our lives, including, for many of us, our bodies. It's OK.
Cody Simpson, followed by millions, has been starstruck at the Australian...
Music star-turned-elite swimmer Cody Simpson is used to the spotlight. But says it's ‘surreal' to be competing alongside Australia's aquatic superstars on the Gold Coast.
My 91-year-old best friend - what we can learn from old people
It's an unlikely friendship, but Sarah Thomas discovers that befriending an elderly neighbour has thrown up hilarious adventures - and some powerful lessons.
Vaccination hubs open the doors, AstraZeneca jabs for under 50s resume
Three major Victorian vaccination centres will be open to bookings and walk-ins identified as part of phase 1a or 1b of the rollout from Wednesday.
Shame, stigma barriers to COVID-19 testing for young and culturally diverse
A new study shows 93 per cent of Victorians in high-risk cohorts have skipped testing on at least one occasion when they had ailments such as sore throat, runny nose and cough.
How To Clean Your Patio
Sprucing up for spring includes giving your lawn furniture the cleaning it deserves.