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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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Stroke and Cholesterol

© 2007

Learn how managing cholesterol levels can decrease risk of stroke.

» Download this brochure.

Stroke and Sleep Disorders

© 2015

Getting a good night’s sleep is an important part of stroke recovery, yet sleep problems are common among stroke survivors. 

» Download this brochure.

Stroke and Social Security Diability Insurance

© 2015

Learn whether you are eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), plus discover SSDI benefits, how to apply, tips for financial planning, and more.

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Stroke stories on The Mighty

© 2017

Read important stories that stroke survivors and caregivers share about their experiences.

» Stroke stories on The Mighty.

Transient Ischemic Attack

© 2011

Don’t ignore a TIA or mini-stroke just because the symptoms go away within 24 hours. Here’s why.

» Download this brochure.

Understanding Medicare and How It Works

© 2013

Get the facts about your Medicare insurance options.

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