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Annabel Sorby-Adams Apr 15
Thrones and brains! Having survived 2 life threatening aneurysms when filming , the amazing has used her experience to increase access to rehabilitation after and brain injury in young people 👏🏽
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Maggie Whittum Apr 23
You have never felt the full weight of gravity until you have no proprioception. I carry around the weight of half my body every minute of every day. It’s like incredibly cumbersome luggage that I can NEVER put down.
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RCN Neuroscience Forum 2h
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Alvaro Carrascal Apr 18
Replying to @bmj_latest
But physical inactivity was associated with increased risk of incident , coronary heart disease, and .
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Ian. Carter 4h
fighting hard to cope with this no help when needed
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JAMA 9h
Intensive control reduced the risk of intracranial without increasing the risk of death or disability in patients with acute ischemic receiving intravenous thrombolysis, according to a recent trial
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Georgia Chiropractic Neurology Center 58m
Can you reduce risk of a ? The following measures could help you reduce risk of a stroke: losing weight, lowering blood pressure, only drinking alcohol in moderation, not smoking, and treating or .
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Mayo Clinic 21h
Think "FAST" about the warning signs of , say Mayo Clinic experts, and learn the lifestyle changes than can reduce the risk.
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Rob Crasco #VR #AR #AI 15h
MindMaze, uses and to repair broken connections in the brain, and retrain the body to move after a . This neuroscientist is using to revolutionize treatment for stroke patients
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Dr Coralie English Apr 16
So excited to see this finally out. Was fun working on this chapter on evidence-based w and Debbie Hebert in Warlow's Stroke textbook. E-chapter avail for download here
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Neurology Times 3h
Fast fact: Aphasia persists as a disability in 21%–38% of survivors.
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CDN Stroke Congress 2h
Countdown is on to submit your abstracts for the Canadian Congress in Ottawa, Oct. 3-5. The final deadline is April 30. This is THE meeting of 2019 for research, learning, networking. Don't miss out.
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Different Strokes 14h
On Saturday 11 May together with Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland we are planning a gathering for people of working age who have had a in and the surrounding areas. Please click link below for more information and booking.
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Sign Against Stroke Apr 23
Social isolation, low self-esteem and low self-confidence negatively affect rehabilitation programs and cause psychological disorders“ says Prof. Derya Uludüz. Find out more in 's report:
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Terry Small 4h
An easy fighter? Red pepper. What's so great about red peppers? They contain 3 times more vitamin C than an orange. Researchers believe that this vitamin may reduce stroke risk by regulating blood pressure, & strengthening collagen, which promotes blood vessels.
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@harlingdave Apr 23
My wife had a stroke in June 2018 aged 47 left her with balance problems just done 5k run for the stroke association,life changing for her and the family
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Stroke AHA/ASA Apr 18
"Organization of Endovascular Thrombectomy: The Need for a 2-Tier System" by Mayank Goyal, Kathinka D. Kurz, and Marc Fisher
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Ian Kremer 4m
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MedTech Strategist Apr 23
Vasotorq aims to more efficiently collect thrombi on 1st pass to improve the standard of care with a patented stent offering distal protection. Latest issue:
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Engage Africa Fdt 15h
We use alcohol at parties, networking, on dates, weddings, cultural and even for religious functions. But when abused, it can place you at higher risk for . Show your body some love by knowing and owning your limits. You’ve got this💪🏾
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