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StrokeSmart™ Magazine


FALL 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS

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FEATURES


Women of Color

Stroke affects every ethnicity and age. Two women use their experience to educate others about risks.

DEPARTMENTS


Champion of Hope

Bob Montressor never gives up. No action is too small to bring hope and awareness.

Prevention

Signs of a Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA) might be fleeting but stroke risk is not.

Rehabilitation & Recovery

Aphasia recovery continues even years after initial stroke.

Lifestyle

Yoga helps survivors regain flexibility and a sense of humor.

The Web

Online and offline, games offer a chance to rehabilitate in the comfort of home. And it’s fun!

Caregivers Corner

Understanding is key to rehabilitation. Then it’s time to get moving, physically and emotionally.


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