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Stroke Smart Magazine


May/June 2007
TABLE OF CONTENTS

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DEPARTMENTS



Amazing Brain


Are the brains of women different from those of men? Stroke Smart investigates.

Nutrition


Good news! Some "forbidden foods" can be good for you.

Prevention


Managing your diabetes can reduce your stroke risk. Here's how.

Mobility


Electrical stimulation treatments may help improve foot drop.

Caregiver's Corner


These 9 tips will help you deal with role changes in the home after stroke.

Rehab/Recovery


Learn to enjoy reading books again.

FEATURES



Let's Talk About Sex


In a recent survey, one in five stroke survivors said that stroke affected their sex life. But few actually talk about it. Until now.

Caring for Mom


Lori Cavallo shares her touching story about life as a primary caregiver for her mom.

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