Seizures occur when there are quick changes in the electrical activity in the brain. They may affect both sides of the brain or only one...
How to Spot a Seizure
Because seizures can happen at any moment with little warning, it's important to understand what to do if you're around someone who is...
What is Ramsay Hunt Syndrome? A Rare Neurological Condition Explained
Ramsay Hunt syndrome is the second most common cause of facial paralysis after Bell's Palsy and is considered slightly more severe. The...
Stroke Recovery: What You Should Know
One of the leading causes of life-long disability, stroke affects another American every 40 seconds. While stroke kills many Americans, it...
Signs of a Stroke: What to Look For
For every second a stroke goes untreated, someone can lose up to 32,000 brain cells. Unfortunately, many stroke symptoms can go by...
A Mini-Stroke May be a Serious Warning
Simple lifestyle changes can greatly reduce your risk and provide other health benefits. You may have heard the term “mini-stroke.”...
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