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Stroke and Mini-stroke (TIA)

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TIA

I had a TIA last week and am waiting for an appointment at my local hospital,the stroke affected my right leg and foot, is there any...

Mac2284, United Kingdom - Tue, 18 Nov 2014

Stroke and it's effect on my husband eight years on.

My husband had a major stroke eight years ago, and doesn't walk any more. He seems to be having TIA's and I would welcome any...

Pambark1, Wed, 5 Nov 2014

brain fog

My husband is the one that had a stroke on June third of this year. Recently he started feeling weird at he put it. Experiencing brain...

dawnmarie, United States - Wed, 8 Oct 2014

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Memory

NHS Choices - Memory gaps in graduates a 'stroke warning sign'

“People with memory problems who have a university education could be at greater risk of a stroke,” BBC News reports.

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NHS Choices - Benefits of statins 'outweigh diabetes risk'

“Statins increase risk of diabetes but benefits are still worth it, say experts,” The Guardian reports. A large study found the...

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Mini-stroke

Brain stimulation 'helps in stroke'

'Stimulating the part of the brain which controls movement may help people recover from strokes,' reports the BBC.