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Short children have higher risk of having a cerebrovascular accident

Short children have higher risk of having strokes

New Danish research has found a link between shorter children and an increased risk of having a cerebrovascular accident later in adult life. The study...
Playing video games can improve motility after a cerebral infarction

Playing video games can improve motility after a cerebral infarction

New research reveals that motility issues following a cerebral infarction can be improved by a type of cognitive training which includes video games. The study,...
Are people getting a stroke at a younger age?

Are people getting a stroke at a younger age?

The average age for having a stroke in England has reduced in both males and females, according to new figures from Public Health England. Stroke...
Fig. 1 Peripheral (Pharyngeal Electrical Stimulation, PES) and central (transcranial direct current stimulation, tDCS) stimulation strategies targeting the swallowing network. ©Heike Blum, Department of Neurology, University Hospital Münster, Germany. View larger image

Firing up the swallowing network

The University Hospital Münster The University Hospital Münster, Germany, uses peripheral and central stimulation strategies to treat post-stroke dysphagia. The oropharyngeal swallow involves a rapid, highly...

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