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9 Foods To Cut Your Risk Of A Deadly Stroke

9 Foods to Cut Your Risk of a Deadly Stroke

Five million people die from stroke every year.  Those deaths can be cruel and lingering. These 9 foods can help keep you safe. 

Worldwide five million people die from stroke every year accounting for about 10 percent of total deaths.[i]  But those deaths can be cruel and lingering. In just moments, you can go from happy, active, and productive to the helpless prisoner of a useless body. 

Second Hand Smoke Proven Cause for Heart Disease and Stroke

Second Hand Smoke Proven Cause for Heart Disease and Stroke

Researchers from New York University have confirmed that second hand smoke results in significantly increased incidence of heart disease and stroke among household members who do not smoke.

The researchers reviewed studies from 14 different nations where second hand smoke had a high prevalence. In these countries – primarily low- to middle-income nations – the males in the household were the primary smokers, while the females were the non-smokers – and by default, the second-hand smokers.

The average smoking prevalence among the males was 22% to 60%, while only 0.5% to 24% of the women smoked. This left these women to suffer second hand smoke inhalation.

Stroke (Aphasia) Recovery Technique Brings Tears of Joy

Aphasia, The Relevance of the Minor 3rd

There are millions who suffer from stroke related aphasia, but no effective drug-based treatments exist. This amazing, music-based therapy will give them hope for recovery...

Melodic Intonation Therapy could hold the secret for helping those suffering from aphasia.

The Latest Study on Human - Pet Bonding Says You May Be Under a Spell

The Latest Study on Human-Pet Bonding Says You May Be Under a Spell

Do you melt when you look into your dog’s eyes? Does your cat have you wrapped around her little fuzzy paws? You’re not alone! New science unlocks the mysteries of human-animal bonding and how our animal companions manipulate us into loving them—for our good and theirs.

People have a long history of living and bonding with domesticated animals. A recent genome study concluded that dogs may have been domesticated as far back as 34,000 years ago.[1]

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