Am I at Risk?

There are certain risk factors for stroke that you can avoid, but there are other factors that are out of your control. Find out what puts you at risk and what you may be able to do about it.

Running a Risk?

While you can’t alter your genes, you can change lifestyle habits that could be putting you at increased risk for stroke.

Young People Can Have Strokes Too

As the rates of high blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity are skyrocketing in young people, so is the rate of strokes.

Lack of Sleep Is Linked to Stroke Risk

Not getting enough sleep affects more than just how tired you’ll be the next day. It puts you at risk for conditions like heart disease and stroke.

5 Healthy Habits to Prevent Stroke

Limit your bad habits like smoking and develop good ones like regular exercise to help lower your risk for stroke.

Cooking Up Stroke Prevention: Tomato-Rich Recipes

Research shows that including enough oflycopene, found in tomatoes, in your diet may help cut your stroke risk in half.