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By Elizabeth Carrigan
Vows to Release New Album Through Peer-Funded Kickstarter Campaign, While Continuing Recovery

By American Academy of Neurology
Eating foods that contain vitamin C may reduce your risk of the most common type of hemorrhagic stroke, according to a study released today that will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s 66thAnnual Meeting in Philadelphia, April 26 to...

By ChiroFutures Malpractice Program
Media spread inaccurate Information on alleged risks of chiropractic care from adjustments to the neck.

By Twin Cities Community Hospital
Twin Cities Community Hospital Invites the Public to Attend a Free Seminar on December 10, 2013

By Burke Medical Research Institute
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – Nov. 7, 2013 – New findings from a retrospective study conducted at Burke Rehabilitation Center has found that post-stroke apathy and hypersomnia negatively affected patients’ acute rehabilitation outcomes.

By Smarty Ears LLC PRess
Award-Winning producer of iPad apps for individuals with communication difficulties updates its iName It app in order to support iOS 7 and add two new languages, Spanish and Portuguese.

By American Academy of Neurology
MINNEAPOLIS – New evidence suggests that taking vitamin B supplements may help reduce the risk of stroke. The research appears in the September 18, 2013, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

By Bluebird Care Peterborough & Rutland
Sammy Wright of Bluebird Care Peterborough & Rutland will be running the Perkins Great Eastern Run to support those that have suffered from a stroke.

By Progressive Rehabilitation Associates, LLC
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center (BIRC) in Portland, Oregon adds physical therapist, Daniel Cooper with DPT earned from the Pacific University.

By American Academy of Neurology
MINNEAPOLIS – A new study suggests that Chinese people may be at higher risk for stroke than Caucasians. The research is published in the July 16, 2013, print issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

By American Academy of Neurology
MINNEAPOLIS – People who have a traumatic brain injury (TBI) may be more likely to have a future stroke, according to research that appears in the June 26, 2013, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

By American Academy of Neurology
MINNEAPOLIS – People who experience any stroke symptoms—but do not have a stroke—may also be more likely to develop problems with memory and thinking, according to new research published in the June 19, 2013, online issue of Neurology®, the...

By South Nassau Communities Hospital
In addition to the Get with the Guideline-Stroke award, South Nassau is a recipient of the association’s Target: Stroke Honor Roll, for improving stroke care.

By Lisa Robertson, Marketing
American Heart Association's Gold Plus Award Demonstrates Corpus Christi Medical Center’s Commitment to Quality Care for Stroke Patients

By Shetty's Research
Dr. Pavan Shetty, Who received his Ph.D in Neurochemistry from national Institute of Mental Health and Neuroscience in 2003, began his postdoctoral research  career in USA at the world renowned Institution National Institutes of Health, MD, USA from.

By The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
The world’s first Brain Training Device has given a ray of new hope to the recovery of stroke patients. Developed by researchers of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, the device can detect brainwave and control the movement of paralyzed limbs.

By American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM)
Do you know the signs of a stroke? May is National Stroke Awareness Month, and the American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) encourages you to brush up on your awareness of recognizing stroke symptoms and knowing what steps to take in case of that...

By American Academy of Neurology
MINNEAPOLIS – The teenage years may be a key period of vulnerability related to living in the “stroke belt” when it comes to future stroke risk, according to a new study published in the April 24, 2013, online issue of Neurology®.

By iSpeak4U LLC
"HandySpeech" Mobile App Gives a Voice to Disabled - "The app has given my best friend back to me. It's not my husband's voice, but it's his words!"

By South Nassau Communities Hospital
South Nassau Communities Hospital has been awarded The Joint Commission Advanced Certification for Primary Stroke Centers.

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By Elizabeth Carrigan
Vows to Release New Album Through Peer-Funded Kickstarter Campaign, While Continuing Recovery

By American Academy of Neurology
Eating foods that contain vitamin C may reduce your risk of the most common type of hemorrhagic stroke, according to a study released today that will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology’s 66thAnnual Meeting in Philadelphia, April 26 to...

By ChiroFutures Malpractice Program
Media spread inaccurate Information on alleged risks of chiropractic care from adjustments to the neck.

By Twin Cities Community Hospital
Twin Cities Community Hospital Invites the Public to Attend a Free Seminar on December 10, 2013

By Burke Medical Research Institute
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – Nov. 7, 2013 – New findings from a retrospective study conducted at Burke Rehabilitation Center has found that post-stroke apathy and hypersomnia negatively affected patients’ acute rehabilitation outcomes.

By Smarty Ears LLC PRess
Award-Winning producer of iPad apps for individuals with communication difficulties updates its iName It app in order to support iOS 7 and add two new languages, Spanish and Portuguese.

By Bluebird Care (Peterborough & Rutland)
Bluebird Care (Peterborough & Rutland) carers Sammy and Sarah complete the Perkins Great Eastern Half Marathon event raising £600 for charity.

By American Academy of Neurology
MINNEAPOLIS – Stroke treatments and prevention to improve quality of life for people who experience a stroke is poorer than researchers hoped, with stroke still taking nearly three out of five quality years off a person’s life, according to a new...

By American Academy of Neurology
MINNEAPOLIS – New evidence suggests that taking vitamin B supplements may help reduce the risk of stroke. The research appears in the September 18, 2013, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

By Bluebird Care Peterborough & Rutland
Sammy Wright of Bluebird Care Peterborough & Rutland will be running the Perkins Great Eastern Run to support those that have suffered from a stroke.

By The PKD Foundation of Canada
The incidence of brain aneurysms among Polycystic Kidney Disease patients is higher than the general population. According to a young neurosurgery professor, Dr. Ivan Radovanovic, understanding the genetics may improve stroke prevention for everyone.

By Tenet Florida Physician Services
Dr. Ariol Labrada is a bilingual neurologist, a member of the American Heart/Stroke Association, American Medical Association and American Academy of Neurology, and the newest member of the Neurology team serving patients in Miami-Dade County.

By Progressive Rehabilitation Associates, LLC
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center (BIRC) in Portland, Oregon adds physical therapist, Daniel Cooper with DPT earned from the Pacific University.

By South Nassau Communities Hospital
The study includes data from 58,353 patients who received tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) within 4.5 hours of acute ischemic stroke symptom onset at 1,395 hospitals that participate in the Get With The Guidelines (GWTG®)-Stroke Program.

By Smarty Ears LLC PRess
The iPad is also being used to help elderly individuals who suffer from reading difficulties due to a stroke or other neurological pathologies.

By American Academy of Neurology
MINNEAPOLIS – A new study suggests that Chinese people may be at higher risk for stroke than Caucasians. The research is published in the July 16, 2013, print issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

By ImmuneTree
A new research reveals why aspirin isn't suitable for all heart patients.

By American Academy of Neurology
MINNEAPOLIS – People who have a traumatic brain injury (TBI) may be more likely to have a future stroke, according to research that appears in the June 26, 2013, online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology.

By American Academy of Neurology
MINNEAPOLIS – People who experience any stroke symptoms—but do not have a stroke—may also be more likely to develop problems with memory and thinking, according to new research published in the June 19, 2013, online issue of Neurology®, the...

By South Nassau Communities Hospital
In addition to the Get with the Guideline-Stroke award, South Nassau is a recipient of the association’s Target: Stroke Honor Roll, for improving stroke care.

By Lisa Robertson, Marketing
American Heart Association's Gold Plus Award Demonstrates Corpus Christi Medical Center’s Commitment to Quality Care for Stroke Patients

By Shetty's Research
Dr. Pavan Shetty, Who received his Ph.D in Neurochemistry from national Institute of Mental Health and Neuroscience in 2003, began his postdoctoral research  career in USA at the world renowned Institution National Institutes of Health, MD, USA from.

By Tenet Florida Physician Services
Local residents and members of the Palm Beach medical community learned about the medical expertise, treatments and rehabilitation services available at the Palm Beach Neurosciences Institute (PBNI) during a well-attended grand opening event.

By The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
The world’s first Brain Training Device has given a ray of new hope to the recovery of stroke patients. Developed by researchers of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, the device can detect brainwave and control the movement of paralyzed limbs.

By Yaeger Public Relations
Stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States, and is a leading cause of long-term severe disability.

By Centennial Medical Center
The Joint Commission, in conjunction with The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, recently recognized Centennial Medical Center with Advanced Certification for Primary Stroke Centers.

By American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM)
Do you know the signs of a stroke? May is National Stroke Awareness Month, and the American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) encourages you to brush up on your awareness of recognizing stroke symptoms and knowing what steps to take in case of that...

By American Academy of Neurology
MINNEAPOLIS – The teenage years may be a key period of vulnerability related to living in the “stroke belt” when it comes to future stroke risk, according to a new study published in the April 24, 2013, online issue of Neurology®.

By Margaret M. Lamb
Georgetown Memorial Hospital has been recognized by the American Heart Assn. for quality stroke care.

By iSpeak4U LLC
"HandySpeech" Mobile App Gives a Voice to Disabled - "The app has given my best friend back to me. It's not my husband's voice, but it's his words!"

By South Nassau Communities Hospital
South Nassau Communities Hospital has been awarded The Joint Commission Advanced Certification for Primary Stroke Centers.

By American Academy of Neurology
MINNEAPOLIS – Contrary to other research, a new study found that the total level of antioxidants in people’s diets is not related to their risk of developing stroke or dementia.

By American Academy of Neurology
New research suggests the blood may hold clues to whether post-menopausal women may be at an increased risk for areas of vascular brain damage that can potentially lead to memory problems and possibly increased risk of stroke.

By North Oaks Health System
Neurologist Socrates Zapata Campusano, MD, has joined the practice of North Oaks Neurology Clinic in Hammond. He will begin seeing patients on Friday, Feb. 1.

By iSpeakl4U LLC
Ability To Talk Becomes A Reality As Handwriting-To-Speech Application Is Released For Apple Mobile Devices - "HandySpeech" Application Is Quickly Becoming The Gift Of Voice For People With Disabilities -

By Stone Mountain Center
NY psychologist and neurofeedback expert talks about the highly effective, non-invasive techniques used to restore brain function following debilitating and pervasive physical or emotional trauma

By Eyesight Essentials
Do you know someone who has had a stroke and is struggling with their vision? Betty had a left-sided field loss of vision, known as a left homonymous hemianopia, which explained why she was walking into things and not seeing people on her left side.

By WakeMed Health & Hospitals
Granville Health System (GHS), in partnership with WakeMed Health & Hospitals and Wake Forest Baptist, announced the launch of its Telestroke program. The program is a form of telemedicine that provides GHS patients with enhanced stroke care.

By iSpeak4U
West Hartford, CT – December 2nd, 2012 – iSpeak4U announced today the immediate availability of HandySpeech. The only handwriting-to-speech application for the iPad, it provides a unique opportunity for people with disabilities to communicate.

By RealTime Health
RealTime Health launches its breakthrough new mobile app for Stroke, allowing survivors and caregivers access to free connections, support, resources and information about living with the aftermath of stroke.

By CADASIL Association
CADASIL is one of approximately 7,000 rare diseases affecting 30 million Americans. CADASIL is now listed at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society as a condition a doctor needs to rule out before diagnosing a patient with MS.

By Spartan Medical Inc
Welkins,LLC announces sales and distribution agreement with Spartan Medical Inc. "Therapeutic hypothermia has the potential to save lives and limit long lasting neurological damage" said Vince Proffitt, President of Spartan Medical.

By South Bay Hyperbaric Center
HYPERBARIC OXYGEN THERAPY (HBOT) is an American Medical Association (AMA) recognized medical treatment that uses pressurized oxygen administered inside a special chamber to deliver 100% oxygen to oxygen-starved tissues and remote areas of the body.

By www.healthgrades.com/quality
Sarasota Memorial Hospital today announced that it is among America’s top 100 hospitals for stroke care – with HealthGrades’ 5-star ratings in the treatment of stroke, heart attack, spine surgery and more than a dozen other specialties.

By American Academy of Neurology
New research reveals that stroke may be affecting people at a younger age. The study is published in the October 10, 2012, online issue of Neurology®

By American Academy of Neurology
Eating tomatoes and tomato-based foods is associated with a lower risk of stroke, according to new research published in the October 9, 2012

By Little Mistress
Little Mistress have teamed up with style expert, Nick Ede to create an 8 piece dress collection to raise funds for the Stroke Association which will launch on 2nd October 2012.

By Cara mengurangi berat badan.com
Stroke adalah penyakit menakutkan yang menghantui segala lapisan masyarakat tanpa peduli faktor umur maupun kelas sosial. Penyebab utamanya adalah pola makan dan pola hidup yang salah. Apa dan bagaimana pencegahannya? Inilah solusinya

By www.slcsn.nhs.uk
At the 2012 NHS Confederation conference held 20-22 June, Prof Malcolm Grant DBE, Chair of the NHS Commissioning Board, has confirmed that clinical networks will not be disrupted, but rather serve as a model for the future.

By ennis & Ennis, P.A.
Ennis & Ennis, P.A. discusses the top ten drugs that are reported to the FDA as carrying serious side effects.



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