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Stroke 2019 Jun 19
significantly increases the risk of In the largest study of its kind, researchers conclude that doubles the risk that an individual will eventually develop . Join 2019 and share your research during November 18-19, 2019 @ Madrid, Spain.
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WorldStrokeCampaign 21h
Our thoughts are with the family and friends of former UK Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott who has been admitted to hospital with .
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WorldStrokeCampaign 22h
French study finds link between long-working hours and . If you have to work long hours, stopping smoking, eating a healthy diet, breaking up sitting time and daily exercise could help you to balance out your risks
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joanna 8m
Signs of a stroke... Don't think it's just people who are old who can have one.... I did 4 years ago at 39. It strikes at anytime
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Sign Against Stroke Jun 19
Every year 17 million people worldwide experience a .
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WorldStrokeCampaign Jun 21
Cognitive effects after include fatigue, problems with concentration, decision-making, reading, writing and poorer memory. You can find out more about the Lived Experience of Stroke report here:
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Kimmii Jun 18
Day 2 : 5.2miles - Total : 13.3miles. 👟
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Mount Sinai Cerebrovascular Jun 19
The Cerebrovascular at is officially open!
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Amit Khera Jun 19
Congrats to my friend and fellow Board member for being named AHA Physician of the Year! Well deserved honor for the important and innovative work you are doing for care in rural Wyoming
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STEPS Rehabilitation 39m
What is a and what are the symptoms?
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Independent.ie 18h
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Helen Stroke & SJA Manchester Jun 19
Fabulous art display by the amazing Mary Burke a wonderful Survivor of Stroke
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BARDOC 2h
“People who did long hours for more than a decade were at the greatest risk of
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sicario Jun 23
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Simon Gillespie Jun 19
Replying to @simonmgillespie
Research shows that air pollution can affect your heart and circulatory system in numerous ways. This can increase the risk of life threatening and in vulnerable people.
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Maria De Los Angeles 🌹🐕 6h
My ❤️ & soul fill w • butterfly is her 1st place 🏊🏻‍♂️🙌🏻✝️
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JohnsHopkinsMedicine 17h
Learn 3 easy ways to lower your risk:
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Tih Ntiabang 1m
A study published in found that drinking artificially sweetened beverages was associated with an increased risk of , and even death.
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Save Our NHS Kent 3h
Look out for these leaflets coming through your door if you’re in the Thanet area. Please remember to put Saturday 5 August in your diaries for our JOIN HANDS FOR OUR HOSPITAL demonstration outside QeQM 11am-1pm
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Dʀ Kᴀᴛᴇ Aʟʟᴀᴛᴛ 👁 4h
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