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Time to Settle Controversy Over Vitamin D Supplements: Rheumatology Network and ConsultantLive

Time to Settle Controversy Over Vitamin D Supplements: Rheumatology Network and ConsultantLive

NHS England to expand provision of 'gamechanging' stroke treatment Health service to roll out mechanical thrombectomy, currently only offered at a handful of hospitals, to 8,000 patients a year

NHS England to expand provision of 'gamechanging' stroke treatment

NHS England to expand provision of 'gamechanging' stroke treatment Health service to roll out mechanical thrombectomy, currently only offered at a handful of hospitals, to patients a year

Critically ill stroke patients 'brought back to life' in new treatment

Critically ill stroke patients 'brought back to life' in new treatment

Critically-ill patients left paralysed by strokes are being 'brought back to life' thanks to breakthrough treatment

Stroke survivors may especially benefit from non-invasive treatment. Read more. http://healthbeat.spectrumhealth.org/magnetic-brain-stimulation-offers-promise/

Stroke survivors may especially benefit from non-invasive treatment.

Andrew Marr

Andrew Marr to undergo 'controversial' US stroke treatment

Web sales 'fuel stress drug addiction'

Web sales 'fuel stress drug addiction'

Deaths linked to a commonly prescribed class of drug, used to treat anxiety and insomnia, reached record levels in England and Wales last year.

Increased risk of heart attack, stroke soon after cancer diagnosis

Increased risk of heart attack, stroke soon after cancer diagnosis

By Will Boggs MDReuters Health - Patients with cancer have higher risks of heart attack and stroke from blood clots, especially in the first few mont

Researchers have found a safer treatment for patients who have had a stroke.  Their findings came in a major global study on the safety of a controversial clot-busting drug.  The researches have shown a modified dose of alteplase can reduce serious bleeding in the brain and improve survival rates

Researchers have found a safer treatment for patients who have had a stroke. Their findings came in a major global study on the safety of a controversial clot-busting drug. The researches.

Walking again... thanks to a tiny switch in the sock. An electronic implant that helps stroke victims suffering from foot paralysis is now available on the NHS for the first time.

Walking again... thanks to a tiny switch in the sock

thanks to a tiny switch in the sock. An electronic implant that helps stroke victims suffering from foot paralysis is now available on the NHS for the first time.

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