Technology and Risk Modification Crucial to Preventing Stroke from Striking

April 30, 2012


The Stroke Shield Foundation is promoting the message Technology Against Stroke this May in recognition of National Stroke Awareness Month.

The Dr. Jeffrey Thomas Stroke Shield Foundation Announces Newly Launched Website

April 12, 2012


The Dr. Jeffrey Thomas Stroke Shield Foundation is a charitable 501 (c)(3) organization dedicated to leveraging and promoting technology against stroke.

Social networking feels good?

July 6, 2010


Study shows social media may increase “cuddle hormone.”

Statement released on Bret Michaels’ condition

April 28, 2010


A statement was released about the entertainer’s condition on his website Tuesday. Los Angeles – (WiredPRNews.com) – Bret Michaels is said to be in critical yet stable condition following a brain hemorrhage that sent him to the hospital last Friday. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), a statement regarding the entertainer’s condition was posted […]

Parkinson’s Disease Patient’s Story Goes Multimedia, Proceeds to Benefit PD Research

April 23, 2010


Elkridge, MD (WiredPRNews.com) — “Deep Brain Diary: My Life as a Guy with Parkinson’s Disease and Brain Surgery Volunteer” is Bill Schmalfeldt’s personal story about living with a neurological disease that afflicts over a million Americans. Written in the style of a diary, Schmalfeldt talks about how he discovered he had the disease at age […]

National Parkinson Foundation to Benefit from Proceeds of PD Patient’s Book

March 11, 2010


Elkridge, MD (WiredPRNews.com) “Deep Brain Diary: My Life as a Guy with Parkinson’s Disease and Brain Surgery Volunteer” is ready and available for purchase at http://www.lulu.com. It will also be available at online book resellers nationwide in the near future. But readers can buy it today and get the biggest bang for their buck as […]

Funeral home sued after brain is found in bag

January 8, 2010


A family is suing a funeral home over a brain found in a bag of their loved one’s personal effects. Albuquerque, N.M. (WiredPRNews.com) – A funeral home is being sued by a New Mexico family who found a brain in a bag of their loved one’s personal effects. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), […]

Don’t blame Bush or Obama – Create better karma in 2010

January 4, 2010


New York, NY January 4, 2010 – Living in the recession will create outcomes liked or disliked, but you can change your life by creating more positive thoughts in the brain. Reading Laura Fair Rose (now available in Amazon Kindle edition) will pave the way to better thinking and better karma in 2010. Thoughts are […]

The brain may feel pain of others

December 24, 2009


A new study suggests the brain may feel the pain of other people. New York (WiredPRNews.com) – A new study suggests the brain may be able to feel the pain of other people. As reported by Reuters Health, researchers found that some individuals may have physical responses to seeing others hurt, or vicarious pain. Dr. […]

Study finds that skin can hear

November 26, 2009


A new study finds the skin has possible hearing capabilities. U.S. (WiredPRNews.com) – A new study finds the skin may actually aid in helping people hear. As reported by LiveScience.com, researchers have found the various senses work together to help the brain form a view of our surroundings. Bryan Gick of the University of British […]

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