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Stroke Smart Magazine


November/December 2008
TABLE OF CONTENTS

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FEATURES


The Year in Review

Prevention--Treatment--Rehabilitation--Legislative Issues. StrokeSmart™ reviews the top stroke developments that occurred in 2008.


Spread Kindness

The little things people do each day can mean a lot. Just ask Mary Burke and Linda Belair, two women who will never forget the kindness shown to them after their strokes.
Plus: A month’s worth of ideas for spreading kindness of your own.


DEPARTMENTS


Mobility

Reduce Falls - what you need to know to improve home safety.


Caregiver’s Corner

Holiday Gift Ideas - a wish list to share with friends, family and neighbors.


Nutrition

Baking can still be an easy and fun holiday tradition.


Amazing Brain

Holiday Blues - 5 coping strategies.


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Q&A


News You Can Use


Gear & Gadgets


Champion of Hope


What’s Going On


 

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