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Stroke Treatment and Prevention from About.com
Essential information about the causes and treatments of a stroke, coping with life after a stroke, and preventing them altogether.
Stroke - Symptoms and Diagnosis
Stroke is a treatable condition which can affect anyone, young or old. Knowing about the symptoms of stroke, and about its diagnosis, can help you decide when  ...
Are You at Risk of Stroke?- Important Information on Stroke Prevention
Too often strokes occur unexpectedly in the lives of people who consider themselves "perfectly healthy." Do you really know if your risk of stroke is as low as you ...
Mini Stroke and Transient Ischemic Attacks (TIA) - About.com
See About.com's Medical Review Board. In order to understand what a mini stroke, or transient ischemic attack (TIA) is, you must first understand the meaning of ...
What Is Stroke? - About.com
Understanding stroke can save you and your loved ones from a lifetime of physical ... Here you will find basic information about what strokes are and about what ...
Stroke Rehabilitation Is Critical For Stroke Recovery - About.com
Several decades of scientific research now show that stroke rehabilitation is critical for optimal stroke recovery. The benefits come from helping the brain to ...
Paddle Stroke- The Anatomy of a Paddle Stroke
The Anatomy of a Paddle Stroke. Paddlers have a wide variety of choices to employ in their arsenal of paddle strokes. There's the forward stroke, the draw stroke ...
Signs and Symptoms of Stroke - First Aid - About.com
Mar 7, 2014 ... Strokes are the third largest cause of death in the U.S. Learn to recognize stroke and respond in time to help the victim.
Stroke FAQ - Silent or Mini Stroke? - About.com
Jun 10, 2014 ... Silent stroke and mini stroke are two minor vascular events which can forecast that a large stroke is coming. Learn the difference between silent ...
Stroke Treatments - Basic Information About Stroke Treatment
The stroke treatment that is chosen by your doctors varies depending on the type of stroke you or someone you know suffered, and its cause. Knowing about the ...
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