For stroke survivors, this post highlights how getting exercise is more about reducing sedentary time rather than intensive workouts. Research supports that exercise can contribute to stroke recovery as long as they don’t overexert themselves.
Big data is making big promises to improve our health. But should consumers believe them? The rise in healthcare provider data breaches, not to mention the sale of medical data to third-party brokers, suggests consumers aren’t wrong to be skeptical. But is there anything they can do to protect themselves and their data? To be a security-conscious consumer, The Stroke Recovery Foundation shares what you need to know.
The pandemic has made stroke recovery that much harder! One of our Medical Advisors, Dr. Aileen Staller, Asst. Professor of Nursing at Ave Maria Nursing School and the former Stroke Coordinator at Physician’s Regional Hospital in FL, recently pointed out to me that, “The pandemic has introduced a new issue […]
Great Ways Seniors Can Use Technology to Maintain Health and Wellness Seniors often have very specific needs when it comes to their health and well-being. Using technology can make it easier to keep track of health-related issues and maintain overall wellness. The Stroke Recovery Foundation wants to help you thrive, […]
For the New Year’s Celebration – Our Adult Pumpkin Bourbon Pudding We at the Stroke Recovery Foundation hope that you all had a happy if different Christmas. To bring you some cheer now we are going to share a new recipe for your New Year’s celebration. We offer our unique […]
Fitness and self-care are two necessary aspects of health and wellness. They are important pillars in stroke, and other disease prevention. Yet, we can find ourselves struggling to create a balance between the two. Here some realistic tips you need to know to incorporate both practices harmoniously. Eat Healthily – […]