In her monthly column Susan Webb, director of public health for NHS Grampian, talks about the signs of a stroke
“Look mama! Men jumping in the sandpit,” my toddler shouts.
A stroke patient who spent two months walking one of the toughest challenges in the UK has raised more than £3,700 for charity.
An Aberdeen man who had to learn how to walk again after suffering a stroke is taking part in a fundraiser to thank the charity who got him back on his feet.
A city business has stepped in to support a charity challenge which raises funds for heart disease and stroke sufferers, in honour of an employee who benefited from its help.
A woman who had to relearn how to walk after suffering a severe stroke is now preparing for a taxing charity challenge in order to help others.
After 25 years of dedicated service, an Aberdeen club is seeking volunteers so it can continue its important work.
An inspiring youngster from Banff whose dad had a stroke at the age of 25 is on a mission to raise money to help other survivors.
Queen’s New Year Honours 2019: Occupational therapist rewarded for offering 30 years of rehabilitation
After helping people who have suffered a stroke get back on their feet for three decades, Therese Lebedis has been made an OBE.
North-east bus drivers will be taught to recognise the signs of stroke as part of a major campaign to help save lives.
A heavily pregnant woman’s life was saved when a blood clot was removed from her brain within three hours of her suffering a stroke using a pioneering procedure.
A young Moray woman has spoken out about the need for stroke victims to have proper care and support to aid their recovery.
A north-east businessman has spoken about his “miraculous” recovery from a stroke.
Strokes might be something we tend to associate most with older generations, but new figures are painting a different story – and quite an alarming one.
A businesswoman last night spoke of her shock after finding her husband collapsed in their home.
The family of a young mum who was told she may die by medics following a catastrophic stroke has urged people to be more aware of the warning signs.
A powerlifting grandmother is hoping to win gold at the Commonwealth Games – just four months after suffering a stroke that left her paralysed down one side.
The mother of an Aberdeenshire boy who almost died after suffering two strokes at just 18-months-old has spoken out about the condition as part of Action for Brain Injury Week.
The Home Delivery Awards also unearthed some incredibly emotional stories and highlighted delivery agents who have faced challenges in their own life.
When Moray mum couldn’t feel her husband kiss her on her forehead, she knew something was seriously wrong
A Moray mum left in a wheelchair after suffering a stroke at just 49 is sharing her story to raise awareness.
A new study has found that the more nurses available on a stroke ward, the greater chance of survival among patients.
An Aberdeen University academic says seeing his research being used to help restore stroke victims' sight is a dream come true.
Health boards are offering varying quality of services for stroke victims across Scotland, according to a new report.
A dog lover who suffered a major stroke has won a literary prize for the poignant book he penned about his recovery.
One in three UK adults have high blood pressure and the condition is costing the NHS more than £2billion a year. Linked with stroke, heart disease, vascular dementia and chronic kidney disease, high blood pressure is a major cause of premature death and disability.
A four-year-old who suffered a stroke after picking up a rare heart infection is battling back to health with the help of friends and family.