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         Stroke:     more books (100)
  1. My Stroke of Insight: A Brain Scientist's Personal Journey by Ph.D., Jill Bolte Taylor, 2009-05-26
  2. A Stroke of Midnight (Meredith Gentry, Book 4) by Laurell K. Hamilton, 2006-11-28
  3. Stronger After Stroke: Your Roadmap to Recovery by Peter G. Levine, 2008-11-01
  4. My Stroke of Insight: A Brain Scientist's Personal Journey by Jill Bolte, Ph.D. Taylor, 2009-05-26
  5. Strokes of Genius: Federer, Nadal, and the Greatest Match Ever Played by L. Jon Wertheim, 2010-06-01
  6. Donna Dewberry's Essential One-Stroke Painting Reference by Donna Dewberry, 2009-03-02
  7. Stroke of Midnight by Sherrilyn Kenyon, Amanda Ashley, et all 2004-11-02
  8. Living With Stroke: A Guide for Families by MD, Richard C. Senelick, 2010-01-01
  9. Four-Stroke Performance Tuning 3rd ed: A practical guide by A. Bell, 2006-10-30
  10. Daddy Long Stroke (Zane Presents) by Cairo, 2010-08-03
  11. Two-Stroke Performance Tuning by A. Bell, 1999-11-28
  12. Stroke For Dummies by John R. Marler M.D., 2005-09-09
  13. After a Stroke: 300 Tips for Making Life Easier by Cleo Hutton, RN, Cleo Hutton, 2005-06-10
  14. Stroke Rehabilitation: A Function-Based Approach by Glen Gillen EdDOTRFAOTA, 2010-09-22

1. National Institute Of Neurological Disorders And Stroke (NINDS)
The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and stroke (NINDS) is the leading supporter of biomedical research on disorders of the brain and nervous system. Multiple Sclerosis. Parkinson's .
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Accessible version Science for the Brain
The nation's leading supporter of biomedical research on disorders of the brain and nervous system  Disorder Quick Links Alzheimer's Autism Cerebral Palsy Chronic Pain Epilepsy Headache Multiple Sclerosis Parkinson's Stroke Traumatic Brain Injury Browse all disorders Search NINDS... (help) Contact us My privacy
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Small Trial Shows Daclizumab Add-On Therapy Improves Multiple Sclerosis Outcome

Monday, May 24, 2004
A small clinical trial of patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) who did not respond to interferon alone found that adding the human antibody daclizumab improved patient outcome. Patients who received the combined therapy had a 78 percent reduction in new brain lesions and a 70 percent reduction in total lesions, along with other significant clinical improvements. Fact Sheet
Combination Therapy Dramatically Improves Function After Spinal Cord Injury in Rats

Sunday, May 23, 2004
A combination therapy using transplanted cells plus two experimental drugs significantly improves function in paralyzed rats, a new study shows. The results suggest that a similar therapy may be useful in humans with spinal cord injury.

2. The Stroke Association Home Page
stroke Helpline. Click here for the latest press releases. Want to know more about. stroke. new information pages now online. Community Services. IF YOU'RE. AFRICANCARIBBEAN. YOUR CHANCES. OF HAVING
Regd Charity no. 211015 The Fourth National Stroke Nursing Conference
Stroke care: Into the future

Stroke Helpline National Stroke Survey
Reaching out to everyone affected by stroke
Click here to take part
More headlines ...
Music Album: New Road
10 traditional folk songs from around the world + the title track of the CD New Road Produced to raise funds for The Stroke Association.
Information Services new information pages now online Community Services
Family Support


Stroke Clubs

Dysphasia Support
Find out more about the work of The Stroke Association by clicking on any of the links above Fundraising The Stroke Association needs money to expand its program of research and support .

3. NINDS Stroke Information Page
stroke information sheet compiled by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and stroke (NINDS). What is stroke? Is there any treatment What is stroke? A stroke occurs when the blood
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Accessible version Science for the Brain The nation's leading supporter of biomedical research on disorders of the brain and nervous system Browse all disorders Browse all health
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NINDS Stroke Information Page
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Table of Contents (click to jump to sections) What is Stroke?
Is there any treatment?

What is the prognosis?
What research is being done? ... Additional resources from MEDLINEplus What is Stroke? Is there any treatment? What is the prognosis? Although stroke is a disease of the brain, it can affect the entire body. Some of the disabilities that can result from stroke include paralysis, cognitive deficits, speech problems, emotional difficulties, daily living problems, and pain. What research is being done? Select this link to view a list of all studies currently seeking patients.

4. National Stroke
Voyage of Hope. stroke survivor Les Bissell began an amazing journey on April 20. Research Results Holds Promise for stroke Survivors with Dementia.
Voyage of Hope
Stroke survivor Les Bissell began an amazing journey on April 20. On a 28-foot sailboat named "HOPE," Les and his crew will launch from Annapolis, Maryland to sail around the world, raising awareness of stroke and supporting National Stroke Association. You can read more about Les, his mission and his stroke recovery at You can support Les by making a donation to the Voyage of Hope.
Donate online
Call 1(800) 787-6537 to donate by phone or mail your contribution to: Voyage of Hope/National Stroke Association 9707 East Easter Lane Englewood, CO 80112
Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO) and Stroke
Have you or someone you know had a stroke or TIA (transient ischemic attack or mini-stroke) "out of the blue" with no obvious risk factors? Did doctors check to see if the stroke or TIA may have been caused by a "hole" in the heart called a patent foramen ovale (PFO)? About one in five Americans has a PFO. Many don't know it until a medical condition like a stroke or TIA occurs. PFOs often have no symptoms but they may increase your risk for stroke and TIA. Many PFO-related stroke are called cryptogenic, meaning they have no apparent cause. For more information please click here Click here to find a clinical trial in your area.

5. Stroke
PhD; Albert Hofman, MD; Jan van Gijn, FRCP; Monique M.B. Breteler, MD. stroke. 2004;351057 1062 For faster access to stroke Online from these countries use this URL

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Current Issue June 1, 2004 (Next issue online June 25) Editor's Pick (free) Effects of Urban Community Intervention on 3-Year Survival and Recurrence After First-Ever Stroke Bin Jiang, MD, MPH; Wen-zhi Wang, MD; Sheng-ping Wu, MD; Xiao-li Du, MD; Qiu-ju Bao, MD Stroke. 2004;35:1242 - 1247 SUBSCRIPTIONS ABOUT THE JOURNAL INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS ALL AHA JOURNALS ... CLASSIFIED ADS For faster access to Stroke Online from these countries use this URL: Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, The Netherlands, UK.

6. American Stroke Association
New Scientific Statement on Physical Activity After stroke. NIH stroke Scale Training Online Free! American stroke Association responds to CDC report on stroke awareness. 5th World stroke Congress
American Stroke Association New Scientific Statement on Physical Activity After Stroke
NIH Stroke Scale Training Online - Free!

American Stroke Association responds to CDC report on stroke awareness

5th World Stroke Congress, June 23-26 2004
Online Stroke Information Video Library
May is American Stroke Month
Stroke Connection Magazine
ASA/Ad Council Campaign

The American Stroke Association has programs and events nationwide. Visit to find out what's happening near you!
Get Fit. Have Fun. Save Lives. Be a champion for yourself and others and join the fight against stroke. Train for a marathon in a team environment while meeting your own personal fitness milestones, one step at a time.
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7. The Brain Attack Coalition
Guidelines, pathways, sample admission orders, and complementary tools, courtesy of the Brain Attack Coalitiona nonprofit alliance whose mission is to reduce the occurrence and impact of stroke.
The Brain Attack Coalition is a group of professional, voluntary and governmental entities dedicated to reducing the occurrence, disabilities and death associated with stroke. The goal of the Coalition is to strengthen and promote the relationships among its member organizations in order to help stroke patients or those who are at risk for a stroke. Professional resources include Guidelines and Orders for systems development for acute stroke care (including stroke team or stroke center development), and Pathways for the rapid diagnosis and treatment (both immediate and long-term) of acute stroke. Patient Resources includes links to sites that provide helpful information to stroke patients, their families and caregivers.

8. Internet Stroke Center At Washington University
The leading universitybased site for information on stroke care and research. types of stroke. stroke symptoms. professional stroke conferences. guidelines consensus statements. ongoing clinical trials in acute ischemic stroke. scales assessment tools. clinical
types of stroke
stroke symptoms

professional stroke conferences

ongoing clinical trials in acute ischemic stroke
washington university medical center

This site is a non-profit, educational service of the
Stroke Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine

9. : : Stroke 9 : :
Official Site. Includes profiles, tour dates, message board, music/video, news and merchandise.

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10. MedlinePlus: Stroke
Other health topics A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W XYZ List of All Topics. stroke. Search MEDLINE for recent research articles on stroke . General . Diagnosis . Causes Latest News. Recognize stroke, Call Ambulance, Be a Hero
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Prevention ... Therapy You may also be interested in these MedlinePlus related pages: Aphasia Transient Ischemic Attack Brain and Nervous System Heart and Circulation ... Seniors' Health

11. State Of The Art: Stroke
Socialstyrelsens medicinska faktabas om stroke med bland annat definitioner, riskfaktorer, symtom och klinisk bild samt utredning och behandling.
106 30 Stockholm
State of the Art - Stroke
Dokumentet har utgått på grund av inaktualitet Socialstyrelsen MARS State of the Art , telefon 08/555 531 14. Mer information om webbplatsen

12. Stroke -- Archive Of Issues By Date
stroke Sorin Group electronic table of contents. Archive of All Online Issues 2 Jan 1970 1 May 2004 stroke, ART, THRO, VASC BIO, ALL AHA JOURNALS.
Archive of All Online Issues: 2 Jan 1970 - 1 Jun 2004
Current Issue: Recent Issues:
June 2004

Vol. 35, Num. 6
May 2004

Vol. 35, Num. 5
April 2004

Vol. 35, Num. 4
March 2004

Vol. 35, Num. 3
Full Text and Abstracts: 1 Jan 1995 - 1 Jun 2004 Abstracts only: 1 Mar 1975 - 1 Dec 1994 Table of Contents only: 2 Jan 1970 - 1 Jan 1975

13. Stroke, Brain Attack, And Loss Of Motor Control
An introduction to stroke, linking to related incidence information, news, chats, and a directory of neurologists. Hosted by NeurologyChannel.
Stroke, Brain attack, and Paralysis
Roughly half a million Americans suffer strokes each year. More than 3 million people in the United States have survived strokes, of which more than 2 million suffer crippling paralysis, speech loss and lapses of memory. Common effects of stroke include loss of muscle control on one side of the body, facial droop, temporary paralysis due to lack of motor control. Stroke, which is caused by the reduction of blood flow to the brain, can cause the brain to stop functioning properly. This can lead to problems with the central nervous system sending out messages to the muscles resulting in apparant paralysis. Stroke symptoms can include the sudden onset of weakness or numbness, difficulty speaking, severe headache and vision problems, among others. Through therapy, many stroke paitents can recover muscle control and motor function. NeurologyChannel™ is developed and monitored by leading neurologists, you can always be assured of finding the most up-to-date, medically accurate information available on the web. The NeurologyChannel™ is’s most recent online initiative. We hope you find this channel helpful and informative. Some of our main features include...

14. Stroke - Hjärnblödning
Om symptom, orsaker och behandling.

15. Learn To Recognize A Stroke
Know the warning signs of stroke. If you notice one or more of these signs in another person or yourself, don t wait. Learn To Recognize A stroke.

16. Johanna's One Stroke Notebook
Demonstration of decorative projects, within a notebook, using Donna Dewberry's One stroke techniques.
Johanna's One Stroke Notebook Click here to open my notebook

17. Tony's RD400 Two Stroke Smoke Zone
Canadian enthusiast's Yamaha collection. Photo galleries, contact information, stories and links.
Tony's RD400
Two Stroke Smoke Zone
Dedicated to my passion for the YAMAHA  RD400 Site Contents
The Author (me)
My First RD400

72 CS5 / 73 RD200 A / 77 RD200D

Racing Hero's

Dream Machines

Thank You / Links

Page updated on 31st May 2004 It was my original intention for this site to be for the RD400. For the most part it still is, but since starting it, my interest has spread to other models in the Yamaha family. I am focusing my attention on pre 1980 two strokes for now, machines I am fairly familiar with.
The website will hopefully assist me with online help aswell as being a diary of all my successes and failures along the way. This will not be a technical site I am not sure what I'm doing, I learn as I go. Put your feet up, grab a coffee or beer and enjoy your visit to my Yamaha world. This is "Darth", as the bike looked when it was picked up in October 2000. Note the engine is of the cardboard type, fitted to reduce noise and emissions. Check out the story so far on the Darth page My second RD400 is "Buzz", a 1977 D model. Visit the Buzz page for the story, latest news and more photo's.

18. SIS Micro Site - Preventing Another Stroke/TIA - Exercise
Preventing another stroke/TIA. Exercise. Regular exercise will not only improve quality of life now, but may also prevent stroke recurrence.
Stroke Information Service Home How to use this site Useful organisations Glossary Preventing another stroke/TIA
Lowering blood pressure

Drugs to prevent blood clots

Diet and lowering blood fats
Exercise Question 1

Regular exercise will not only improve quality of life now, but may also prevent stroke recurrence
Exercise after stroke is important for maintaining physical fitness and maximising your function. It is also important to exercise to maintain cardiovascular fitness. It can help keep blood pressure , weight and cholesterol low, thereby reducing the risk of further stroke.
Related parts of the site:
Life after stroke
Related publications printed by The Stroke Association:
S28 - Keeping well after your stroke
S12 - High blood pressure S01 - Stroke - questions and answers S11 - Transient Ischaemic Attack ... S38 - Let's get physical (adults) Reproduced with kind permission of Class Publishing Helpful numbers to call are: The Stroke Association National Helpline Number Top of page

19. Tobacco Control -- Abstracts: Bonita Et Al. 8 (2): 156
Recent research; article summarizes the epidemiology.

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Passive smoking as well as active smoking increases the risk of acute stroke
Ruth Bonita a John Duncan a Thomas Truelsen a Rodney T Jackson b Robert Beaglehole b a Department of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine and Health Science, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand, b Department of Community Health
Correspondence to: Ruth Bonita, University Geriatric Unit, North Shore Hospital, Private Bag 93-503, Takapuna, Auckland 9, New Zealand; Received 29 May 1998 and in revised form 18 February 1999 Accepted 10 March 1999.
OBJECTIVE To estimate the relative risk of stroke associated with exposure to environmental tobacco smoke (ETS, passive smoking) and to estimate the risk of stroke associated with current smoking (active smoking) using the traditional baseline group (never-smokers) and a baseline group that includes lifelong non-smokers and long-term ETS.

20. Stroke -- Table Of Contents (35 [6])
David Spence and Michiel L. Bots. stroke 2004 35 e87 e88; published online before print March 25 2004 Yolanda van der Graaf. stroke 2004 35 e89 - e90; published online before
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World Stroke Day
Vladimir Hachinski
Stroke 2004 35: 1241, doi:10.1161/01.STR.0000132982.93147.d8 [Full Text]
Letters to the Editor:
Hyperinsulinemia and Estrogen-Deficiency as Risk Factors for Stroke in Women
Kazushi Tsuda and Ichiro Nishio
Stroke 2004 35: e134 [Full Text]
Patent Foramen Ovale and Stroke
Herwig W. Schuchlenz
Stroke 2004 35: e135 - e136; published online before print April 15 2004, doi:10.1161/01.STR.0000127038.10584.27 [Full Text]
Transcranial Doppler: Cinderella in the Assessment of Patent Foramen Ovale in Stroke Patients
Gian Paolo Anzola
Stroke 2004 35: e137; published online before print April 15 2004, doi:10.1161/01.STR.0000127986.51105.57

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