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Stroke risk drops in both black and white older adults

Stroke risk drops in both black and white older adults

First published on ScienceDaily.com Recent reductions in hospitalization and death due to stroke extend to both black and white Medicare beneficiaries, reports a study in the April issue of Medical Care. The reductions in mortality after initial stroke have been even...

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Five Ways of Fighting Depression

Five Ways of Fighting Depression

Author: Cornelius J Johnson When you’re battling depression it’s difficult not to just let the pills do the work and hope for the best. As any good mental health professional will tell you, combating the symptoms of depression can take some self-governance and work....

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Researchers explore stroke’s effects on microbiome

Researchers explore stroke’s effects on microbiome

First published on ScienceDaily.com Tumult in the bacterial community that occupies your gut -- known as your microbiome -- doesn't just cause indigestion. For people recovering from a stroke, it may influence how they get better. A recent study by Allison Brichacek...

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#BrainLifeGoals: Brain Awareness Week 2019 starts now

#BrainLifeGoals: Brain Awareness Week 2019 starts now

Sharing #LifeGoals has become a popular trend on social media. A campaign from the European Federation of Neurological Associations [EFNA] and supported by many organisations across Europe will put a new spin on the trend by instead seeing patient advocates and...

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SAFE Annual Report 2018

Stroke Action Plan for Europe 2018-2030

Life with spasticity

The Burden of Stroke in Europe Report