Learning about Stroke

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The most important person in your health care is you. You can help protect yourself from stroke by learning all about it. Turn to the following resources for help:

Stroke Connection of the American Heart Association
Information specialists will field your questions about stroke, send helpful literature to you, and make referrals to local support groups.

National Stroke Association
They provide information about strokes and a directory of support groups.

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. They provide free brochures on strokes and other neurological disorders.

“Stroke at Time of Diagnosis” – video of note
Check out this video for a clear, useful overview of the causes and treatments for stroke; from Time Life Medical, 1996.

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