Dundee man Jim Irving visited Ninewells Hospital to hand over £400 and toiletries to staff in Ward 33.
NHS Tayside is hosting an awareness stand at Ninewells Hospital to help support World Stroke Day.
Opportunities are being missed to help people rebuild their lives after the diagnosis of a chest, heart or stroke condition, a charity says.
Half of women will develop dementia, Parkinson’s disease or have a stroke in their lifetime, new research suggests.
A man who suffered a stroke claims he has been left housebound by his housing association’s lack of funding.
A Tayside mum-of-two has spoken of her agony after a life-changing stroke left her unable to hold her baby.
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.
Eleven years ago Robert Carrie suffered a massive stroke that doctors told him he was lucky to survive.
Thousands of strokes have been prevented among people with an irregular heartbeat due to increased use of blood-thinning drugs, research suggests.
Commonly used vitamin and mineral supplements do not have any consistent benefits, according to a new study.
Dundee East MP Stewart Hosie lent his support to Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland (CHSS) during National Stroke Awareness Month.
A cheque for £9,750 has been presented to the Stroke Association Scotland following fundraising by Simon Allison, who has battled back from a massive stroke, and his team at Blackadders LLP.
A new wearable has been created by a team of researchers which can help in the diagnosis and treatment of a disorder associated with strokes.
It can be a difficult time adjusting from being in hospital due to illness and back into home life.
Staff in Ward 33 at Ninewells Hospital were blown away after the Dundee Stroke Recovery Club donated two Dyson fans and a tea set.
Blood-thinning drugs may protect against dementia as well as stroke in people suffering from irregular heartbeat, new research suggests.
A campaign to raise money to send a Dundee-born football coach to America for pioneering medical treatment is over the halfway line.
A Dundee lawyer today says he feels lucky to be alive after suffering a “massive” stroke following going out on a run.
A Dundee woman who had a stroke at the age of 18 is set to take on a 10km walk 10 years on as “the final step” in her recovery.