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Improving Stroke Rehabilitation in Europe

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[25/07/2012] Researchers at the University of Luxembourg, along with their international partners, want to develop an easy-to-use, self-motivating tool that stroke patients can use in their rehabilitation process. The 4.4 million euro project is funded by the European Commission Seventh Framework Programme.Improving Stroke Rehabilitation in Europe - Read more

More Support for Women Caring for Elderly Men

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[20/06/2012] The hardest aspect of looking after your partner after stroke is not the physical disability but personality changes and a lack of support from society. This has been highlighted in a study from the Sahlgrenska Academy, at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden.More Support for Women Caring for Elderly Men - Read more

Low Vitamin D in Diet Increases Stroke Risk

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[30/05/2012] Japanese-American men who did not eat foods rich in vitamin D had a higher risk of stroke later in life, according to results of a 34-year study of the University of Hawaii in Honolulu.Low Vitamin D in Diet Increases Stroke Risk - Read more

New Way to Predict Recurrent Stroke

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[16/05/2012] New research from the University of Calgary's Hotchkiss Brain Institute (HBI) shows that using a CT (computerised tomography) scan, doctors can predict if patients who have had a transient ischemic attack (TIA) or minor stroke are at risk for another more severe stroke.New Way to Predict Recurrent Stroke - Read more

Elderly Women at Higher Risk for Stroke

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[14/05/2012] Older women who have been diagnosed with an irregular heart beat are at higher risk of stroke than men. A new study shows that warfarin, the most common anticoagulant therapy used to prevent stroke in patients with Atrial fibrillation (AF) may not be as effective in women, 75 years or older, as in men.Elderly Women at Higher Risk for Stroke - Read more

Alternative Communication: "When Starting Working Life Communication Is Especially Important"

School is out, working life begins: an exciting time in which everything changes. Also for people who articulate with the help of Alternative Communication (AC). The auxiliary means have to function exactly so that the transition functions easily.Alternative Communication: "When Starting Working Life Communication Is Especially Important" - Read more

Stroke Risk: Aspirin May Counteract Potential Trans Fat-Related

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[26/03/2012] Older women whose diets include a substantial amount of trans fats are more likely than their counterparts to suffer an ischemic stroke, a new study of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill shows.Stroke Risk: Aspirin May Counteract Potential Trans Fat-Related - Read more

February 2012: Impressive Integration Institutions

At the cemetery and in the kitchen we are all the same – at least in those institutions which REHACARE.de presents in the Topic of the Month February. Have a look at “Impressive Integration Institutions”. February 2012: Impressive Integration Institutions - Read more

January 2012: The Hard Fate of Multiple Disabilities

Suffering from one kind of disability is bad enough. However, it is a fact that most handicaps do come along with others. In our Topic of the Month January we show you mothers fighting for their children who share “The Hard Fate of Multiple Disabilities”.January 2012: The Hard Fate of Multiple Disabilities - Read more

Fighting at Many Fronts

If on a battlefield the opponents attack from all sides, the fight seems hopeless. Like this battle a mother has been fighting for her multi-handicapped daughter for many years. However, she will certainly not give up! Fighting at Many Fronts - Read more

 
 

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