Published October 15, 2013 With so much left unknown about how the brain repairs itself after a stroke, it is hard to predict exactly how much a patient will recover. However, with the help of medical rehabilitation, post-stroke patients can achieve the best possible long-term outcome More than 700,000 people in the U.S. experience a stroke each year and 10 percent of them recover almost completely , 25 percent recover with minor impairments, 40 percent experience moderate to severe impairments and 10 percent require care at a long-term care facility. For all of these survivors, rehabilitation can substantially help them relearn skills such as talking, eating, dressing and walking, that were lost due to brain damage…
Cone Health Honors Top Nurses and Nursing Support Staff
Here’s What to Know About Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease
Pat Summitt's death at age 64 was caused by an uncommon kind of Alzheimer's
The Philly BBQ Fest Hits Citizens Bank Park On Saturday, July 30; Get $10 Off Tickets
This Saturday, feast on barbecue at Citizens Bank Park.
Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital
Houston Methodist Sugar Land (Texas) Hospital was named to Becker's Hospital Review's list of 100 Great Community Hospitals 2017
What It's Really Like to Cook on a Food Stamp Budget
In 2013, 49.1 million Americans lived in households struggling with hunger, a stark number which includes 15.8 million children and 4.8 million seniors
Why Church Giving Is Decreasing
There are a few key reasons why giving might be down in your church.
Mobile Home Repair Guide Resources
We have gathered important ideas, tips, and advice for DIY help in keeping up on repairs that come up with your mobile home.
5 reasons why renters need insurance
Relying on a landlord’s policy won’t cover renters for loss of their personal property or for living expenses in the case of a natural disaster.
Discover Brigham and Women's Hospital
An event to educate and inspire collaboration around innovative science, technology, and medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. This event is free and open to the public – all are welcome to attend.