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[12/27/2013] Stroke researchers report improvement in spatial neglect with pri...

[12/26/2013] Kinect-based virtual reality training promotes brain reorganizati...

[12/23/2013] Study shows value of calcium scan in predicting heart attack, str...

[12/20/2013] Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai named to new NIH Stroke R...

[12/18/2013] Mayo Clinic researcher to grow human cells in space to test treat...

[12/13/2013] UTHealth named one of nation's NIH stroke network centers

[12/5/2013] National Association of Professional Women Announces Paula J. Mey...

[12/1/2013] Novel rehabilitation device improves motor skills after stroke

[12/1/2013] Novel Rehabilitation Device Improves Motor Skills after Stroke

[11/30/2013] Bel Marra Health Reports on Recent Research Revealing a Dangerous...

[11/28/2013] EpiCast Report: Acute Ischemic Stroke - Epidemiology Forecast to ...

[11/25/2013] Raritan Bay Medical Center Receives Stroke Silver Plus Quality Ac...

[11/20/2013] Team of Chicago hospitals awarded grant to accelerate stroke rese...

[11/19/2013] Edoxaban effective in preventing stroke, reducing bleeding and ca...

[11/19/2013] New case studies link smoking synthetic marijuana with stroke in ...

[11/19/2013] Daiichi Sankyo's Once-Daily Edoxaban Meets Primary Efficacy E...

[11/17/2013] Effect of reducing blood pressure with medications immediately fo...

[11/17/2013] 'Virtual reality hands' may help stroke survivors recover...

[11/4/2013] Study: Higher rates of diabetes, hypertension, heart disease and ...

[11/4/2013] U-M study: 'Smarter' blood pressure guidelines could prev...


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