Tom Kelly still has a lot to teach the Minnesota Twins. He wasn’t about to let a health scare keep him from returning to spring training. Kelly arrived Thursday at the team’s facility, ready to resume work as a guest instructor five months after a minor stroke.
In times of great grief, we often look for meaning. That came in an unexpected way for a Red Wing woman after losing her husband earlier this month. Brad Einck was an organ donor, and what he shared with one person was particularly powerful.
Two brothers in Jordan are learning that the word “team” extends well beyond their fellow football players. Kenny and Ben Alexander’s mom, Sherry, had a stroke this past weekend and remains hospitalized. She is a single parent, raising both boys on her own.
Former manager of the Minnesota Twins, Tom Kelly, suffered a stroke last week and is currently at home recovering.
A Minneapolis man was swindled out of his life savings when he tried to help a friend in need. Investigators say Thomas Syzdek was going through a divorce and asked his friend, William Meredig, if he could stay with him.
A new heart device made by a Minnesota company could help patients reduce their risk for dangerous clots, and get them off blood thinners for good. Millions of Americans across the country suffer from a disorder of the heart’s rhythm called atrial fibrillation, or AF. Up until now, the only way these patients could prevent a possible stroke was through blood thinners. For 69-year-old Ruby Engelhaupt, a quick walk to the bed was all it took to wear her out.
Jack Zahr came to St. Thomas Academy out of college 36 years ago and ascended to the job of athletic director. Eleven days ago, a massive stroke left the 58-year-old in hospice care. The school’s leader died on Tuesday night, leaving an institution in shock, and a legacy not soon forgotten.
One out of three deaths in the United States is caused by cardiovascular disease. Now, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said 200,000 deaths from heart disease and stroke could be avoided each year.
From 2006 to 2007 Mike Simon served in Iraq. His life changed forever when he was hit by a rocket propelled grenade, suffering a major head injury. After the blast, Mike’s wife Marno noticed a change in her husband. “He was able to call home once a week for about twenty minutes, started making really odd comments,” Marno said.
Experts say 40 percent of Americans snore when they sleep. Then there are those of us who have to sleep next to a snorer. And those of us who are in denial. I was convinced my wife Amelia was imagining it, so I went to a sleep clinic to find the truth.
Heart disease, stroke, and now add melanoma to the list of aspirin’s potential health benefits. New research shows that the cheap white pill taken by millions of Americans to prevent heart problems may protect against the deadliest form of skin cancer.
A 25-year-old woman is sharing her story after a suffering from a life-threatening condition that affects one in three women.
More than 140,000 people die each year from stroke in the United States. It is also the leading cause of long-term disability. However, Fairview Health Services thinks a new tool can help change that.
Lots of homes are stocked with tomatoes fresh out of the garden. And now a new study, published in the journal Neurology, finds there may be some big health benefits to eating tomatoes and tomato-based foods.
Doctors often tell us to get more sleep, and now there’s another good reason to heed their advice. A new study shows that getting too little sleep can put older and middle aged people at risk for stroke.
The word “complication” is the last word parents want to hear in the delivery room. That fear turned to reality for Le Center couple Dan Wright and Emily VanDrope.
Many adults take aspirin to prevent heart attack or stroke. But in Monday’s Health Watch, a new study confirms it’s not for everyone.
An Edina man suffered a severe stroke in 2006, and now, after years of therapy, he is ready to take on a project he planned to do in retirement: build a boat.
New research shows another big health benefit if you add some olive oil to your diet.
Every 40 seconds someone in the United States has a stroke — and every four minutes somebody dies of stroke.
Simple things you do everyday could be the trigger that leads to a stroke.
L.A. news reporter, Serene Branson, spoke out about her oft-seen post-Grammy report where some folks thought she was having a stroke. She shares her feelings and doctors’ thoughts on what actually happened.
Doctors say it was an acute migraine.
That daily can of diet pop may give you a boost, but it could also be bad for your heart.