Differences found in stroke severity and post-stroke care among Black and Hispanic women

Black and Hispanic women ages 65-74 years old hospitalized with stroke had more severe strokes than their white counterparts, according to preliminary research to be presented at the American Stroke Association International Stroke Conference 2021. According to the American Heart Association, Black women have a higher rate of stroke (3.8%) when compared to white women […]

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One of the First Publicly-Traded Psychedelic Wellness Companies is Mapping the Mental Health Revolution

It took decades of cultural change mixed with legislative progress and increasing commercial viability to bring widespread use of cannabis and cannabis derivatives to the U.S. consumer. Following close on “Mary Jane’s” heels are “Lucy and Molly,” as the overwhelming evidence for the use of psychedelics and psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy as a treatment for the worst […]

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African American women experience higher risk of pregnancy-related stroke, death

African American women have a significantly increased risk of stroke and death during pregnancy and childbirth or in the period right after birth, compared to the risk of stroke among white women, according to preliminary research to be presented at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference 2021. “Each year, thousands of American women have […]

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