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National Stroke Association's multimedia library offers a one-stop shop for stroke information in a variety of formats. All downloadable materials with the exception of press releases are available for educational use without permission. Users are asked to credit National Stroke Association as the copyright holder.

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Hemorrhagic Stroke

© 2009

Stroke is a “brain attack” cutting off vital supplies of blood and oxygen to the brain.

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High Blood Pressure and Stroke

© 2007

This brochure discusses how managing high blood pressure can reduce stroke risk.

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High Blood Pressure and Stroke

© 2016

Part of the Risk Factors for Stroke fact sheet series

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HOPE: A Stroke Recovery Guide

© 2016

The crucial and practical information and resources in this comprehensive guide will empower you to take charge of your life and become an active participant in your recovery.

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iHOPE: Aphasia and Stroke

© 2011

iHOPE  presents topic expert Melissa Denker, MS, CCC-SLP, for the webinar Aphasia and Stroke.

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iHOPE: Aphasia Ask the Experts

© 2012

Do you have questions about aphasia? Hear what the experts have to say and provide helpful hints on managing daily living.

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iHOPE: Ask the Experts

Hear what the experts have to say about post-stroke issues when they participate in a Q &A session.

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iHOPE: Atrial Fibrillation and Stroke

© 2011

iHOPE: Atrial Fibrillation and Stroke will discuss the basics of this problem with the rate or rhythm of the heartbeat.

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