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Tourism: A Touch of Crete at Düsseldorf

Tourism for everybody is one of the main topics at the REHACARE 2013. Thanks to ERIA Resort, the Greek island Crete proves to be an attractive travel destination.Tourism: A Touch of Crete at Düsseldorf - Read more

Stroke: Self Help Is Important - On Site and Online

Three strokes in a row made Willi Daniels, today 64, open his eyes for what really counts in life. Since then he concentrates on the small things in life and commits himself in self help. At the REHACARE he wants to inform, make contacts and talk to exhibitors, expert staff and affected people.Stroke: Self Help Is Important - On Site and Online - Read more

Stroke – And Life Goes On

Suddenly everything is different: With a stroke the whole life changes. After extensive rehabilitation many patients are ready for a new life. For they have to move on – even if their daily routine will change. This will be a key topic on the REHACARE 2013.Stroke – And Life Goes On - Read more

Stroke: Computer Test Reveals High Prevalence of Attention Disorders

( Source: REHACARE.de )

Photo: Man in hospital bed with laptop [28/08/2013] A majority of stroke patients have problems paying attention and could be helped by brain-training computer games, a new study suggests.Stroke: Computer Test Reveals High Prevalence of Attention Disorders - Read more

Chinese People May Be at Higher Risk for Stroke

( Source: REHACARE.de )

[07/08/2013] A new study by the American Academy of Neurology suggests that Chinese people may be at higher risk for stroke than Caucasians.Chinese People May Be at Higher Risk for Stroke - Read more

Moving More May Lower Stroke Risk

( Source: REHACARE.de )

Photo: Man and woman exercising [19/07/2013] Here's yet another reason to get off the couch: new research findings suggest that regularly breaking a sweat may lower the risk of having a stroke.Moving More May Lower Stroke Risk - Read more

Stroke – And Life Goes On

Suddenly everything is different: With a stroke the whole life changes. After extensive rehabilitation many patients are ready for a new life. For they have to move on – even if their daily routine will change.Stroke – And Life Goes On - Read more

July 2013: Life after Stroke

Vision disorders, aphasia, signs of paralysis – these are only three important symptoms for a stroke. If you have one, every minute counts. But how do you live on after a stroke? Especially if you already had it as a baby in the womb? On REHACARE.de you will find answers to this in our Topic of the Month July: Life after Stroke.July 2013: Life after Stroke - Read more

Stroke: „My Strokes Were the Best Things that Could Have Happened to Me“

For many people, strokes are only important when it’s already too late. But actually also healthy people should be interested in this. This is also the opinion of Willi Daniels, 64, who already had three strokes.Stroke: „My Strokes Were the Best Things that Could Have Happened to Me“ - Read more

When the Child Is Hit by Stroke…

According to estimates, in Germany 300 to 500 children per year have a stroke. This is almost one child per day who is affected before or after birth. But the diagnosis is difficult. And often the so called pediatric stroke changes a young life which has not even started yet.When the Child Is Hit by Stroke… - Read more

 
 

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