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  1. Killing Willis: From Diff'rent Strokes to the Mean Streets to the Life I Always Wanted by Todd Bridges, 2010-03-16
  2. Stroke Diaries: A Guide for Survivors and their Families by Olajide WilliamsMD, 2010-04-23
  3. A Stroke of Magic by Tracy Madison, 2009-06-30
  4. Tennis Strokes and Tactics: Improve Your Game by John Littleford, Andrew Magrath, 2009-09-01
  5. The Stroke Recovery Book: A Guide for Patients and Families by Kip Burkman MD, 2010-10-01
  6. Strokes of Genius 2: Light and Shadow (Splash) by Rachel Rubin Wolf, 2009-10-08
  7. Two-Stroke Engine Repair and Maintenance by Paul Dempsey, 2009-09-08
  8. Conquering Stroke: How I Fought My Way Back and How You Can Too by Valerie Greene, 2008-04-14
  9. The Stroke: Theory of Writing by Gerrit Noordzij, 2006-01-01
  10. 100 Strokes of the Brush Before Bed by Melissa P., 2004-09-22
  11. Stroke and the Family: A New Guide (Harvard University Press Family Health Guides) by Joel Stein M.D., 2004-10-25
  12. Caplan's Stroke: A Clinical Approach (Caplan, Caplan's Stroke) by Louis Caplan MD, 2009-05-21
  13. Strokes of Genius: The Best of Drawing (Splash) by Rachel Rubin Wolf, 2007-07-01
  14. Heat Stroke (Weather Warden, Book 2) by Rachel Caine, 2004-08-03

21. Disorders Index: National Institute Of Neurological Disorders And Stroke (NINDS)
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22. NetDoktor - Hjärnblödning, Stroke
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23. Stroke - Causes, Impacts And Treatment Options At
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24. Stroke Center - HeartCenterOnline
American Heart Association member edited encyclopedia on stroke. The most comprehensive resource dedicated to heart health Cardiology encyclopedia

25. Heart And Stroke Foundation Of Canada
The Heart and stroke Foundation provides information about heart, stroke andhealthy living in Canada.

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    Obesity weighs on kids' health
    The shocking revelations of a countrywide weigh-in are these – one in four children – that’s 26% – are either overweight or obese. As a result, obesity-related diseases and conditions previously only found in adults are on the rise in our kids. Read more...
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    You don’t have to be a super mom or dad to provide nutritious eats for your child’s lunchbox. But a little planning can make it a whole lot easier!

    Good news for Canadian women! Pick up your copy of Chatelaine GoodHealth and get the latest information on women's health while supporting the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Available on newsstands August 29, for every issue sold Chatelaine will donate $1 to support vital Heart and Stroke Foundation-funded research. Read more...

26. Passive Smoking As Well As Active Smoking Increases The Risk Of Acute Stroke --
Recent research; article summarizes the epidemiology.

Vol Page [Advanced] This Article Full Text Full Text (PDF) Submit a response ... Citation Map Services Email this link to a friend Similar articles in this journal Similar articles in PubMed Alert me to new issues of the journal ... Cited by other online articles PubMed PubMed Citation Articles by Bonita, R. Articles by Beaglehole, R. Related Collections Smoking Tob Control 156-160 ( Summer )
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.

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28. Internet Stroke Center At Washington University
The leading universitybased site for information on stroke care and research.
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29. Tony's RD400 Two Stroke Smoke Zone
Canadian enthusiast's Yamaha collection. Photo galleries, contact information, stories and links.
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Page updated on 24th July 2005 Email me at the two stroke smoke zone Since April of 2005, I have been living back home in England and brought with me my 77 RD400D, "Buzz" and my 79 RD400F Daytona Special. This site will have to be rebuilt, most of the bikes have been sold. However my passion for the bikes you will see, is still with me. I hope to have the Daytona on the road in England very soon, smoking up the roads of the New Forest in Hampshire. Put your feet up, grab a coffee or beer and enjoy your visit to what was my Yamaha world in Canada. 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.

30. What Is A Stroke?
A stroke is a brain attack that happens when a part of the brain experiences a problem with blood flow. This disruption in blood flow cuts off the

31. Stroke Trials Directory | Internet Stroke Center
stroke Trials Directory is a continuously updated registry of randomized clinicaltrials. This project is a joint effort of the Internet stroke Center and
About this Site Home Log In Trials Directories Complete List Ongoing Trials Completed Trials Acute Stroke Trials ... Recovery Trials Interventions Drugs - By Name Drugs - By Category Procedures Recovery Therapies Assessment Scales Specific Stroke Scales Stroke Scale Links Stroke Scales Overview Stroke Trial Links Government Sites Independent Sites Recent Updates Update List ... Send Feedback Search for Trials
elcome to the Stroke Trials Directory, a continuously updated registry of randomized clinical trials. This project is a joint effort of the Internet Stroke Center at Washington University School of Medicine, the American Stroke Association and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke . Please visit our frequently asked questions page for more information about this site.

32. Diff'rent Strokes Online
Cast information, episode guide, pictures, theme song, and memorabilia on this Gary Coleman, Todd Bridges, Dana Plato, and Conrad Bain 80s sitcom.

33. Heart And Stroke Encyclopedia
Heart and stroke Encyclopedia. cCPR — see Cough CPR; C-Reactive Protein (CRP) —see Inflammation, Heart Disease and stroke The Role of C-Reactive

34. American Heart Association
The Association is a national voluntary health agency whose mission is to reducedisability and death from cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
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35. National Stroke Foundation - Australia
Working with affected families, governmental organizations, healthcare professionals,and the general public to reduce the impact of stroke in Australia.
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No-one's Indestructible At 58, John Newcombe was revered as one of Australia's greatest tennis legends, enjoyed business success and the love of friends and family. A lover of wine and late nights, he was partying as hard in late middle age as he was in his 20s. Life was great and he had every intention of living forever.
Then one evening in March, 2003, Newk was relaxing with a glass of wine after a day's work when he was felled by a stroke. No-one's Indestructible is the champion's story of his dice with death, his long battle to recover from a potentially fatal condition that each year afflicts more and more of us, and his realisation that he would need to make major life changes if he was to live to see his grandchildren grow up.
No-one's Indestructible is a cautionary tale and guide to how to live life to the full while at the same time taking a sensible and balanced approach to health and fitness. More onformation about John Newcombe and his book?

36. Welcome To NHS Direct Online
Detailed patient orientated information on the causes, symptoms and treatment of strokes.

37. Howstuffworks "What Causes Heat Stroke?"
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What causes heat stroke?
Summer temperatures in the United States can climb above 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius), making heat stroke a big problem. Heat stroke can be fatal in many cases because it happens so quickly there is not much time to react. Let's say that it really is 100 degrees F outside. The human body wants to stay at 98.6 degrees F . The only way to stay at 98.6 is to sweat . By putting moisture on the skin and letting it evaporate, your body can cool itself very effectively and keep its temperature in the proper range. Sweat works really well as long as there is plenty of water in your body it takes water to manufacture sweat. If you run out of water, sweat stops and your body rapidly overheats. It turns out that it is extremely easy to run out of water your body can produce 0.5 gallons (2 liters) of sweat every hour in a hot environment. Unless you are drinking water at the same rate, you will dehydrate and then stop sweating . Your internal thirst meter often is not sensitive enough when you need that much water (and it has been said that by the time you feel thirsty, you're already dehydrated), so you have to keep drinking regardless of how thirsty you feel.

38. Stroke -
From the staff of the Mayo Clinic, a ninepage, consumer-oriented guide to stroke.Topics include risk factors and prevention, screening and diagnosis,

39. Blood Clot Dissolver
The FDA release from 1987 describing the clot busting drug used to prevent damage from stroke if used quickly enough.

40. "Stroke And Diabetes"
Link collection and personal story of Louis Albert, a survivor with diabetes and aphasia who has used assistive technology to create his site.
Stroke and Diabetes
My name is Louis Albert. I am disabled and use this Web Page
to communicate with the world. I have "FLUENT" APHASIA In 1983 I began using insulin for my Type-2 - DIABETES. In May of 1995 I had a severe stroke . Because of the stroke and the resulting aphasia I am totally disabled. I have trouble reading and WRITING. Between Dragon Systems, Inc. , and WordPerfect I am almost able to communicate in writing! I have always enjoyed and used photography. I hope my "pages" are both enjoyable and information. More Stuff Is more of the story, and I hope interesting! I am totally disabled! Aphasia, stroke and diabetes make you depressed. I hope I get use to the idea soon! (It's been more than five years!) Margaret, my wife, respond about a man who's wife just had a stoke: " When Lou had his stroke I had no idea what to do or what to expect. One of the biggest things was getting therapy as early a possible. The earlier your wife begins to relearn what she has lost the better she will be. Lou could not speak of anything coherently for the first couple days. He thought he was telling us what he wanted or needed but he did not make any sense. It was slow but he did make progress. He made a lot of progress at the beginning, and slower progress as the weeks and months progressed. The hardest thing for me was to be patient and try to figure out what he was trying to talk about. Often he could tell me all kinds of non essential things about the person he wanted to tell about but not the name of the person. Different stroke victims react differently to stress and pain. You have to remember how frustrating it has to be to try to communicate and not be able to get your thoughts across to the other person.

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