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A Purpose is Good for You!

Having a sense of purpose is of course always helpful.  It helps us keep on track and complete tasks.  But new research suggests that having a sense of purpose regarding our life is also good for our health.  348 more words

Human Health

Using the South London Stroke Register in community-based trials

This paper (Wolfe et al) from 2010 reports on the STOP Stroke study, which assessed the effectiveness of a patient and GP systematic follow-up intervention to improve risk factor management after stroke. 135 more words

Research With Impact: The South London Stroke Register (SLSR) Research Programme

Today is National Wear Red Day!

Did you know…

  • WOMEN are more likely to die from heart disease or stroke than any other condition
  • 1 in 3 women die of a heart attack or stroke…
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Patient Resources

U.S FDA approves Daiichi anti-clotting drug

On Thursday, the FDA announced the approval of a new drug, Savaysa, to reduce the risk of stroke and blood clots in patients with atrial fibrillation. 68 more words

Fda

Insecure Writers Support Group - Goals for 2015

Hey fellow bloggers and writers. First, let me say Happy New Year 2015! I hope your holidays were enjoyable. This is not only the first Wednesday of the month, but of the new year. 596 more words

Physical Therapy

Helicon brings hearty service to GPs

Source: Ehealth Insider

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Date of publication: December 2014

Publication type: News item

In a nutshell: Helicon Health, a spin-out company of University College London, is working with Inhealthcare to integrate its heart condition management and education software with Inhealthcare’s self-monitoring system. 66 more words

Cardiovascular Diseases