Stroke in Young Adults

Stroke is not often a condition that we associate with younger patients. It tends to be a “disease of the elderly.” However, among 35- to 64-year-olds, cerebrovascular disease is on the rise, climbing 19% in the last decade.

So, what can be done about this? Click here to learn more and read the full article by Bethann Mercanti, PA-C, MMSc, Director of Clinical Practice, and Comprehensive Stroke Program Coordinator for the Cooper Neurological Institute.