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The MEND Stroke Assessment for Prehospital Care

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High Blood Pressure Study Seeks Volunteers! Concerned about your BP? Age 50+ and have no history of diabetes or stroke? http://t.co/3CVf2iEA

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BBC News - Student Oliver Lilburn's 'hangover' was a stroke

bbc.co.uk — “An Essex student who thought he had a hangover later awoke from a coma to learn he had suffered a stroke.View full resource at bbc.co.uk

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BBC: Student's 'hangover' was a stroke - An Essex student who thought he had a hangover later awoke from a coma to l... http://t.co/4rAZSuW3

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Strokes Mix Up Brain And Muscle Coordination

medicalnewstoday.com — “Numerous muscles are involved and use coordination just to perform simple actions like picking up a pen. For instance, the eyes and head need to turn towards the object, the hand needs to reach tView full resource at medicalnewstoday.com

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Fish brain development provides new insights into how vascular networks form

sciencedaily.com — “How the intricate network of blood vessels forms within the brain has long fascinated biologists. This network, or vessel vasculature, in the human brain consists of a complex branching network of blood vessels, in total some several hundred miles in length. Abnormalities can lead to various neurological disorders, including strokes, learning difficulties and neurodegeneration.View full resource at sciencedaily.com

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Fish brain development provides new insights into how vascular networks form http://t.co/ThJ7VcQ5

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Coaches Can Help Boost Recovery Of Stroke Patients

medicalnewstoday.com — “After being discharged from hospital, stroke patients are often faced with having to deal with a new disability or lack of function, which can make changes in medications or a new prescriptionView full resource at medicalnewstoday.com

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theheart.org: trusted cardiology news and opinions

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Shift work linked to increased risk for MI, stroke http://t.co/ggHDu09I

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3 Tips for Coping with Dementia after a Stroke - Stroke Recovery Blog

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3 Tips for Coping with Dementia after a Stroke http://t.co/UdNc9LIf

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Yoga may help stroke survivors improve balance

sciencedaily.com — “Group yoga can help patients' balance improve long after a stroke. Yoga for chronic stroke patients appears to be cost effective and might help them become more active.View full resource at sciencedaily.com

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Health - Brian Fung - Meet a Paralyzed Man Who Tweets With His Eyes - The Atlantic

theatlantic.com — “How a stroke victim who lost all motor control used Twitter for the first time this week.View full resource at theatlantic.com

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Talk about Monday inspiration RT @TheAtlanticHLTH Meet a paralyzed man who tweets with his eyes: http://t.co/L9LW2kzS

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Aviisha | Sleeping Less than Six Hours a Night Increases Stroke Risk

aviisha.com — “Habitually sleeping less than six hours a night significantly increases the risk of stroke symptoms among middle-aged and older adults of normal weight and at low risk for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), according to a study presented June 11 at SLEEP 2012.View full resource at aviisha.com

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Are you sleeping at least 6 hours a night? A new study finds a relationship between inadequate #sleep and #stroke http://t.co/6e0yVe5r #osa

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Interactive Atlas of Heart Disease and Stroke

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RT @cdcgov: App that allows you to check Heart Disease and Stroke rates in your county. Click to learn more. http://t.co/qbkxH1GL

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Dark chocolate may help fight against heart attacks - chicagotribune.com

chicagotribune.com — “A scientific study likely to stir the souls of chocoholics has suggested that eating dark chocolate every day for 10 years could reduce the likelihood of heart attacks and strokes in some high-risk patients.View full resource at chicagotribune.com

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Can a decade of dark chocolate protect your heart? http://t.co/tcTkCdnS

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Coffee Drinkers May Live Longer : Discovery News

news.discovery.com — “Drinking coffee may decrease the risk of heart and respiratory diseases, as well as stroke and diabetes.View full resource at news.discovery.com

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Study: Millions Suffer Silent Strokes - ABC News

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Yet another reason to get tested for #OSA: #Sleepapnea linked to silent strokes and small brain lesions in a new study. http://t.co/czcUYQzk

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