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Rewiring the Brain (from

Scientists once believed that the brain stopped developing after the first few years of life. They thought that connections formed between the brain’s nerve cells during an early “critical period” and then were permanent as we age. Scientists also thought that if a particular area of the adult brain was damaged, the nerve cells could not form new connections, and the functions controlled by that area of the brain would be lost... Read more on Back to HOME

Think You're Too Young for a Stroke?

Think You're Too Young for a Stroke? Think Again ( An Informative Article from Every Day Health ) Find out about the causes of stroke in people younger than 45, and how to prevent it. For most young people, the chance of having a  stroke  seems like an impossibility — but there is no such thing as being too young for stroke. Your stroke risk increases with age, but stroke in young people, including infants, children, adolescents, and young adults, does happen. In general, however, most experts consider a young stroke age to be under 45. (... READ MORE ) Back to Home