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Study: Vitamins Show No Advantage in Preventing Stroke

Study finds that folic acid alone and B-vitamins with folic acid may reduce cardiovascular disease and stroke.

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Severe Eczema May Be Linked to Stroke Risk

A five-year study reports that people with severe eczema had a 20 percent increased risk of stroke.

 

Cutting the Odds of Major Stroke Following Mini Stroke

Study finds that taking low-dose aspirin along with the clot-preventing drug Plavix appears to reduce the risk of major stroke over the next 90 days.

 

In-home Therapy Effective for Stroke Rehab, Study Shows

Computer-based therapy in the home reduces cost of therapy and resolves any problems with travel to in-patient therapy.

 

Scans Can Tell How Long Ago a Stroke Occurred

New MRI technique could save the brains of some people who experience "wake-up" strokes and typically can't be given clot-busting blood thinners.

 
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