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Your comprehensive library of ON Demand talk radio shows and podcasts all about stroke awareness...from warning signs and symptoms to prevention and treatment opti16356479ons and what's on the horizon.  Listen to authors, nurses, patients and the top doctors in the country and from all over the world discuss the latest news and information about stroke with our Health Radio docs and talk personalities. 

This is information you will want to download and give to your relatives and friends.  It could just save your life!
There are 34 On Demand Archives in this Category.
Heart Health Quiz: Are You at Risk for a Heart Attack?
Heart Health Quiz:  Are You at Risk for a Heart Attack?
Guest(s):Dr. Gerald F. Fletcher, M.D.
Topic:Heart Health Month
Topic Info:Dr. Gerald F. Fletcher, M.D., Chair of the Council on Clinical Cardiology of the American Heart Association joins Melanie Cole M.S. to discuss
Original Air Date:2 / 8 / 2012
Measuring Blood Pressure on BOTH Arms Can Save Your Life
Measuring Blood Pressure on BOTH Arms Can Save Your Life
Guest(s):Dr. Gerald F. Fletcher, M.D.
Topic:Heart Health Month
Topic Info:We discuss a new Lancet study that says if the blood pressure on your right arm is different from that on your left, you are more prone to heart disease and stroke. The findings strongly indicate that both-arm blood pressure checks ought to be perf ...
Original Air Date:2 / 8 / 2012
Stroke-Related Hidden Disabilities
Stroke-Related Hidden Disabilities
Guest(s):Dr. Anna Barrett, M.D.
Topic Info:Expert Stroke researcher, Dr. Anna Barrett from Kessler Institute of Rehabilitation joins Dr. House to discuss hidden disabilities related to Stroke. She will also talk about Stroke research.
Original Air Date:10 / 18 / 2011
Vision Abnormalities after Stroke and Brain Injury
Vision Abnormalities after Stroke and Brain Injury
Guest(s):Tomas Wilson, OD
Topic:Vision Abnormalities Caused by Stroke and Brain Injury
Topic Info:Optometrist, Dr. Thomas Wilson joins the show to discuss the visual rehabilitation of a patient who suffers from stroke and head injury. These visual problems could include double vision, loss of peripheral vision, vision and balance problems, reading dif ...
Original Air Date:5 / 24 / 2011
Treatments Available for Vision Deficit Related to Stroke and Brain Injury
Treatments Available for Vision Deficit Related to Stroke and Brain Injury
Guest(s):Tomas Wilson, OD
Topic:Vision Abnormalities Caused by Stroke and Brain Injury
Topic Info:Optometrist, Dr. Thomas Wilson joins the show to discuss the visual rehabilitation of a patient who suffers from stroke and head injury. These visual problems could include double vision, loss of peripheral vision, vision and balance problems, reading dif ...
Original Air Date:5 / 24 / 2011
Brain Attack – What is a Stroke? Featured
Stroke in Women Featured
Stroke in Children
Stroke in Children
Guest(s):Dr. Mark Mackay
Topic:Important Stroke Information from the ACEP
Topic Info:Although it’s rare, children and young adults can have strokes. In fact number of hospitalizations for teens and young adults with stroke is rising. A new study in the Annals of Emergency Medicine looks at early detection of stroke in children in the ...
Original Air Date:5 / 20 / 2011
One ER Physician's Personal Experience Surviving a Stroke
One ER Physician's Personal Experience Surviving a Stroke
Guest(s):Dr. Diana Fite
Topic:Important Stroke Information from the ACEP
Topic Info:We will get a unique inside view from a stroke survivor who is also an ER physician. Dr. Diana Fite joins Dr. Leigh to talk about her life-threatening stroke back in 2007 that occurred while she was driving. She’ll discuss what she knew what to do in ...
Original Air Date:5 / 20 / 2011
Stopping Stroke Damage: The 3-Hour Window Featured
Lower Your Risk of Stroke in 3 Weeks
Lower Your Risk of Stroke in 3 Weeks
Guest(s):Dr. Michael Roizen and Dr. Arthur Perry
Topic:You Docs, Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen Discuss Your Children's Health
Topic Info:Get the latest health headlines from Dr. Michael Roizen and co-host Arthur Perry, MD., Plus more from RealAge: Follow This 3-Week Plan to Lower Stroke Risk Also, Dr. Perry's Flap of the Week - What's Dr. Perry all fired up about this week? Tune in to f ...
Original Air Date:1 / 8 / 2011
Preventing Strokes and RealAge Tips
Preventing Strokes and RealAge Tips
Guest(s):Dr. Michael Roizen and Dr. Arthur Perry
Topic:The Empowered Patient
Topic Info:Get the latest health headlines from Dr. Michael Roizen and co-host Arthur Perry, MD., Plus more from RealAge: Eat This Carb to Prevent Strokes Also, Dr. Perry's Flap of the Week - What's Dr. Perry all fired up about this week? Tune in to find out.
Original Air Date:10 / 2 / 2010
A Stroke is a Medical Emergency Featured
Stroke Symptoms and Risks in Women Featured
Warning Signs You May Be Having a Stroke Featured
Are you Stressing Your Heart?
Are you Stressing Your Heart?
Guest(s):James Beckerman, M.D.
Topic:Heart Health
Topic Info:WebMD Heart Expert, Dr. James Beckerman joins the show with some tips on reducing your risk factors for heart attacks. He will also discuss some things to avoid that puts unnecessary stress on your heart.
Original Air Date:4 / 15 / 2010
Warning Signs You May Be Having a Stroke Featured
Hoag's Stroke Program
Guest(s):Dr. David Brown
Topic:Preventing and Treating Strokes
Topic Info:Dr. David Brown, medical director of Hoag's Stroke Program joins the show to discuss Hoag’s state-of-the-art Stroke Unit (specialty-trained nursing staff) and Neurosciences Institute. Also, the special services provided to stroke patients and their fami ...
Original Air Date:4 / 15 / 2010
Cardiac Rehab, Phase 1: What to Expect Post MI Featured
Cardiac Rehab, Phase 2 and Beyond: Positive Outlook!
Cardiac Rehab, Phase 2 and Beyond: Positive Outlook!
Guest(s):Peggy Kraus, M.A., RCEP
Topic:Cardiac Rehab, and Life Style Changes That Make a Difference
Topic Info:Cardiac rehabilitation is a medically supervised program to help heart patients recover quickly and improve their overall physical, mental and social functioning. The goal is to stabilize, slow or even reverse the progression of cardiovascular disease, th ...
Original Air Date:4 / 13 / 2010
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