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11 leading stroke scientists to receive American Stroke Association honors

American Heart News - Stroke News

6, 2024 – Eleven scientists leading the way in stroke research will be recognized during the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference 2024 for their. Embargoed until 8 a.m. ET, Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024 PHOENIX, Feb.

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AI-based system to guide stroke treatment decisions may help prevent another stroke

American Heart News - Stroke News

Research Highlights: An artificial intelligence (AI) system to help guide treatment decisions for stroke patients led to improved stroke care quality and fewer recurrent strokes, heart attacks and vascular death among stroke survivors three months.

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Virtual rehabilitation provides benefits for stroke recovery

Science Daily - Stroke

A stroke often impacts a person's ability to move their lower body from the hips down to the feet. But now, researchers are exploring new treatment methods to help bridge the service delivery gap, and recovery outcomes, for patients after a stroke.

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Most Post-Stroke Depression Strikes Within 5 Years

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(MedPage Today) -- The vast majority of post-stroke depression (87.9%) occurred within the first 5 years after a stroke, suggesting a benefit for screening within that timeframe, according to a prospective study from the U.K. During an 18-year.

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More than half a million global stroke deaths may be tied to climate change

Science Daily - Stroke

A changing climate may be linked to growing death and disability from stroke in regions around the world, according to a new study. Researchers found over three decades that non-optimal temperatures, those above or below temperatures associated with the lowest death rates, were increasingly linked to death and disability due to stroke.

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Young adults with migraine, other nontraditional risk factors may have higher stroke risk

American Heart News - Heart News

Research Highlights: Nontraditional risk factors for stroke were significantly associated with the development of strokes in adults younger than ages 35 to 45. Migraine was the most important nontraditional risk factor for stroke among both men and.

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Early Stroke Scare With Bivalent COVID Vaccines Unsupported by Large Study

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(MedPage Today) -- Investigation of an early signal for stroke associated with COVID-19 bivalent vaccines turned into suspicion of high-dose or adjuvanted flu shots instead, based on a large U.S. population-based study. When researchers inspected.

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