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New research suggests low-intensity statins play key role in stroke protection - August 8, 2017

Coming off statins after a stroke raises the risk of suffering a second stroke within a year, but no difference was found when low and high-intensity drugs were compared, the Daily Mail has reported.

Number of strokes predicted to rocket, says study - May 16, 2017

The number of strokes across the UK is expected to increase by some 44 per cent over the next two decades, a study has revealed. The research, published by King’s College London, said the ageing population,…
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“Revolutionary” skin patch could save thousands of stroke victims’ lives - May 9, 2017

Scientists believe a “revolutionary” skin patch costing just 39p could save the lives of thousands of stroke victims.

“Deadly” spider venom hailed as breakthrough treatment for stroke - March 21, 2017

“Deadly” spider venom may be able to protect brain cells from being destroyed by a stroke, a new study has revealed.

“Sweeney Todd” salon causes life-changing stroke - December 13, 2016

A man has suffered a life-changing stroke after having his hair washed at a local salon, a report has revealed.

Revolutionary stroke treatment bringing patients “back to life” - October 25, 2016

A revolutionary new stroke treatment is seemingly bringing critically ill patients “back to life”, a report has revealed.

Stroke survival rates dramatically improved in last decade - August 23, 2016

In less than 35 years, mortality rates from heart attacks and strokes have dropped by some 70 per cent in the UK, research reveals.

Brave 12-year-old survives eight strokes - August 2, 2016

A 12-year old boy, who has survived a staggering eight strokes, now wears a helmet in fear of more.

90 per cent of strokes preventable, claims newspaper - July 19, 2016

“Nine out of 10 strokes preventable if people follow 10 health rules”, a national newspaper has reported.

Card playing or throwing a ball can aid in the recovery of stroke patients - June 28, 2016

Recreational activities such as playing cards, Jenga or throwing a ball can help stroke patients improve their motor skills, researchers have found.


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