These websites should be helpful as you learn more about stroke, risks of stroke, and how you can improve your quality of life to avoid or recover from a stroke:
If you would like to measure and better your risk for stroke and your heart health, check out the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association's "My Heart, My Life" program, which details risk factors for heart problems and stroke. Discover more about OLOL's initiative and get information on our walking paths.
If you or a loved one experience warning signs of a stroke, call 911 immediately or get to the nearest emergency room.
If you have a family history of stroke, it's important that you consult a doctor who specializes in heart care to determine your best plan of care for a healthy life. Find a neurologist today.