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Most people who have a stroke live through it. As the National Institutes of Health notes, of the 795,000 people who have a stroke in the United States each year, nearly 83 percent survive. But strokes are a leading cause of disability in our country. That’s why it’s so important for stroke survivor
Neurologist in Kankakee and Watseka, Illinois; Medical Director of Riverside Medical Center’s Primary Stroke Center Time is critical when someone’s had a stroke. Care can’t wait until a patient arrives at our emergency department. Area ambulance crews partner with us to learn how to recognize
Stroke symptoms can be deceivingly similar to symptoms of other neurological conditions. From vision problems and nausea to severe headaches and sound sensitivity, how can you know whether your symptoms are fleeting or a sign of something more serious? In fact, it could be both. Migraines with auras
Kids can make great workout buddies; it may be a whole different type of exercise but you can be certain to burn some calories. Here is a great list of fun ways to workout with your kids. Have a dance party – you could create your own playlist of your kid’s favorite music or just turn on the radio.
Not sure where to start or which ab exercises to add into your workout regiment? Here is a great list to help you get started. Plank Mountain Climber Crossed Leg Crunch Toe Touch Crunch Scissors Rolling Plank Diagonal Plank One-Leg Plank Boat Side Lift Down-Dog Knee Up Dumbell Side Bend Standing Cor
There are a lot of common myths that come with working out, losing weight and achieving that six-pack. Here are a few things to think about when starting on your weight loss journey. (muscleandfitness.com) Proper Diet. Exercise is really important when it comes to weight loss but you need to back up
Studies have found that creative self-expression and exposure to the arts benefits both cognitive and psychosocial health. Enjoy these printable coloring pages to de-stress and show your artistic side!
A study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that sitting for long periods of time raises the risk of cardiovascular disease by 14%, cancer by 13% and diabetes by 91%. There are many ways you can lower these statistics and create a healthier lifestyle for yourself.
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