Stroke is the third largest killer of Canadian adults, after heart disease and cancer. It's also the primary cause of physical disabilities and is second only to Alzheimer's disease as a cause of mental disability. In Canada, there are more than 50,000 strokes a year. Learn how to prevent a stroke, how to tell if you're having a stroke, and what treatment options are available.
Are you at risk for a stroke?
There are many things that put you at risk of a stroke. Some of them may surprise you.
You can cut your risk of having a stroke dramatically.
Stroke facts and warning signs
How can you tell if you're having a stroke?
Stroke treatment and rehabilitation
There are many ways to make life easier after a stroke.