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  1. 10 Craziest Miley Cyrus Moments Since Twerk-tastic MTV Vma...Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | SFGate

    ... why she keeps sticking out her tongue, to which the pop star replied, "I'm having tiny strokes, yo." "Having a mini-stroke is no laughing matter," Patrick Olszowski, head of Campaigns and Policy at the Stroke Association, said in response. 7. Cyrus ...

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  2. Stroke in the Young: Patent Foramen Ovale and Pregnancy [Illustrative Teaching Cases]Read the original story

    Jul 27, 2015 | Circulation

    From the Neurological Institute, University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Cleveland, OH ; and Department of Neurology and Stroke Unit, Helsinki University Central Hospital, Helsinki, Finland . Correspondence to Sophia Sundararajan, MD, PhD, Neurological Institute, University Hospitals/Case Medical Center, 11100 Euclid, Ave, Cleveland, OH 44106.

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  3. News You Can Use: a daily dose of aspirin appears to cut the risk of ...Read the original story

    Thursday | Instapundit

    ... instance, contains 325 mg of aspirin. The low-dose version designed to reduce the risk of a recurrent heart attack of stroke contain 81 mg of aspirin.) Other types of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs, appeared to reduce the risk even ...

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  4. Health effects of aspirin: Where do we stand?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | WLKY-TV Louisville

    Aside from being a potent painkiller to help with that numbing headache or aching pain in your back, doctors today routinely prescribe a daily regimen of aspirin to help prevent heart attack and stroke. And a number of studies also indicate that they may also be able to decrease your likelihood of certain types of cancer.

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  5. Survivors of Childhood Cancer Have High-Risk of Recurrent StrokeRead the original story

    Thursday | Health News Digest

    Newswise - Most people assume strokes only happen to octogenarians, but recent evidence suggests that survivors of childhood cancer have a high risk of suffering a stroke at a surprisingly young age. A new study from the UC San Francisco Pediatric Brain Center shows that childhood cancer survivors suffering one stroke have double the risk of suffering a second stroke, when compared with non-cancer stroke survivors.

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  6. Doctor addition bolsters WakeMed's capability for stroke careRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Business Journal

    Raleigh Neurosurgical Clinic added Dr. Glen Pollock, giving Wake County more access to a particular kind of stroke care it was missing. The addition will mean WakeMed Health and Hospitals will have the capability to treat a broader segment of stroke patients, meaning it will not need to send as many patients down Interstate 40 toward UNC Health Care or Duke Health for care.

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  7. Clopidogrel plus aspirin versus warfarin in patients with stroke and aortic arch plaques.Read the original story

    Thursday | CiteULike

    Severe atherosclerosis in the aortic arch is associated with a high risk of recurrent vascular events, but the optimal antithrombotic strategy is unclear. This prospective randomized controlled, open-labeled trial, with blinded end point evaluation tested superiority of aspirin 75 to 150 mg/d plus clopidogrel 75 mg/d over warfarin therapy in patients with ischemic stroke, transient ischemic attack, or peripheral embolism with plaque in the thoracic aorta>4 mm and no other identified embolic source.

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  8. Physical inactivity poses important clinical, public health and fiscal challenges for the U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Medical News

    What do a prominent physiologist and two-time survivor of pancreatic cancer and a world-renowned researcher whose landmark discoveries on aspirin, drug therapies of proven benefit and therapeutic lifestyle changes that have saved more than 1.1 million lives have in common? They are both passionate about the importance of regular physical activity in reducing risks of dying from heart attacks and strokes, as well as developing diabetes, hypertension and colon cancer. And more importantly, enhancing mental health and fostering healthy muscles, bones and joints in all Americans from childhood to the elderly.

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  9. Community CalendarRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Middlesboro Daily News

    ... near the MRI entrance at the back of the hospital. Guest speaker Dr. Joseph Slusher, radiology and chair of the stroke committee, will discuss the risks, signs and symptoms of stroke. To reserve your lunch, call 606-242-1222 or email ...

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  10. A daily dose of aspirin appears to cut the risk of a common type of cancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | The Maryland Gazette

    ... instance, contains 325 mg of aspirin. The low-dose version designed to reduce the risk of a recurrent heart attack of stroke contain 81 mg of aspirin.) Other types of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, or NSAIDs, appeared to reduce the risk even ...

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  11. New UCSF research: Childhood brain cancer survivors have high risk of recurrent strokeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Inside Bay Area

    ... help LaRoche, a childhood brain cancer survivor who dreams of being an artist and photographer, avoid having another stroke like the one that turned her life upside down when she was just 10. Emily LaRoche, 18, is photographed at her home in ...

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  12. Researchers publish sobering statistics on physical inactivity in the USRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Medical News Today

    What do a prominent physiologist and two-time survivor of pancreatic cancer and a world-renowned researcher whose landmark discoveries on aspirin , drug therapies of proven benefit and therapeutic lifestyle changes that have saved more than 1.1 million lives have in common? They are both passionate about the importance of regular physical activity in reducing risks of dying from heart attacks and strokes , as well as developing diabetes , hypertension and colon cancer . And more importantly, enhancing mental health and fostering healthy muscles, bones and joints in all Americans from childhood to the elderly.

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  13. Researchers Publish Sobering Statistics on Physical Inactivity in the U.S.Read the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Newswise

    What do a prominent physiologist and two-time survivor of pancreatic cancer and a world-renowned researcher whose landmark discoveries on aspirin, drug therapies of proven benefit and therapeutic lifestyle changes that have saved more than 1.1 million lives have in common? They are both passionate about the importance of regular physical activity in reducing risks of dying from heart attacks and strokes, as well as developing diabetes, hypertension and colon cancer. And more importantly, enhancing mental health and fostering healthy muscles, bones and joints in all Americans from childhood to the elderly.

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  14. aspirinRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | WWLP

    Aside from being a potent painkiller to help with that numbing headache or aching pain in your back, doctors today routinely prescribe a daily regimen of aspirin to help prevent heart attack and stroke. And a number of studies also indicate that they may also be able to decrease your likelihood of certain types of cancer.

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  15. Quitting smoking after heart attack reduces chest pain, improves quality of lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | EurekAlert!

    ... including atherosclerosis (the buildup of fatty substances in the arteries), which can lead to heart disease and stroke. Co-authors are Suzanne Arnold, M.D., M.H.A.; Kensey Gosch, M.S.; Philip Jones, M.S.; Lance Longmore, D.O.; John Spertus, M.D., ...

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  16. Long-Term Baby Aspirin, Other NSAID Use May Lower Colon Cancer RiskRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | US News & World Report

    ... bleeding, and using other NSAIDs continually for years could cause a heightened risk of heart attack and stroke. And, researchers note, the study findings don't prove that painkillers reduce the risk of colon cancer - just that there's an ...

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  17. FDA's MedWatch Safety Alerts for Consumers: July 2015Read the original story

    Tuesday Aug 25 | US Food and Drug Administration

    ... an existing label warning that nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) increase the chance of a heart attack or stroke. Based on its review of new safety information, FDA is requiring updates to the drug labels of all prescription NSAIDs. ...

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  18. Does aspirin a day really keep the doctor away?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | WPTV Local News

    Aside from being a potent painkiller to help with that numbing headache or aching pain in your back, doctors today routinely prescribe a daily regimen of aspirin to help prevent heart attack and stroke. And a number of studies also indicate that they may also be able to decrease your likelihood of certain types of cancer.

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  19. A Tiny Dose of Aspirin Can Save You from Colon CancerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | I4U Future Technology News

    ... with aspirin or NSAIDS should not be ignored. According to FD, the possible side effects may include risk of stroke, heart disease and gastrointestinal bleeding. Baron himself admitted that "for aspirin, you would have to take it fairly ...

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  20. Clinical Implications of Changes in Individual Platelet Reactivity to ...Read the original story

    Monday Aug 24 | Circulation

    From the Department of Neurology, Chonnam National University Hospital, Gwangju, Korea ; Department of Radiology, Chonnam National University Hwasun Hospital, Hwasun, Korea ; and Stroke Center and Department of Neurology, David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles . Correspondence to Joon-Tae Kim, MD, PhD, Department of Neurology, Chonnam National University Medical School, 8 Hak-dong, Dong-ku, Gwangju, 501-757, Korea.

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