More than 7 million Americans have survived a stroke, according to the American Stroke Association, and up to 83 percent of stroke survivors suffer cognitive impairment. Resulting changes in mobility, language skills and brain functioning can severely diminish quality of ...Continue reading
Powered by a chunky robotic suit, Iron Man can leap from buildings and soar into space. The superhero’s gold and titanium getup might look great when taking down villains, but it’d be overkill for spending a morning with the grandkids. ...Continue reading
Want to Reduce Stroke Risks? Switch to Healthy Lifestyle: The risk of stroke was 35 per cent higher among those at high genetic risk compared with those at low genetic risk, irrespective of lifestyle.
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle, which includes quitting smoking and reducing weight, can help people at high genetic risk to decrease their chance of suffering a stroke. The study, led by researchers from the University of Cambridge in the UK, showed ...Continue reading
Clinical trials begin of Cambridge Heartwear’s AI-powered monitor that identifies those at risk of stroke
Clinical trials are under way of a Cambridge start-up’s new low-cost wearable heart monitor that uses artificial intelligence to identify those at risk of a stroke. Cambridge Heartwear’s sensor-packed wireless device picks up on dangerous and irregular heart rhythms, which ...Continue reading