According to the Center for Disease Control, nearly 800,000 people die each year from strokes. Recognizing the sudden warning signs of stroke and alerting 9-1-1 immediately could save a life.
A new research study between Intermountain Medical Center and Johns Hopkins University could prove the best practices for stroke treatment. The new study looks at medical therapy versus minimally invasive surgical therapy to treat hemorrhagic strokes.
Recovery after a massive medical set-back can take months or even years for some people. In the fourth part of our Stroke Awareness Series with Intermountain Medical Center, we take a look at one patient's rehab process. She's now living a healthy, active life after stroke.
One in five people will get skin cancer in their lifetime. That includes 800 Utahns each year. But a skin cancer diagnosis isn't the end. Dr. Tawnya Bowles from Intermountain Medical Center shares ways you can prevent skin cancer or detect it early on.
A special unit at Intermountain Medical Center helped a Utah mother recover after a rare stroke that sent her into a coma. In our continued partnership with IMC, we're on day three of our Stroke Awareness Series. We're featuring the Neuro Critical Care Unit.