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Smokers and hypertensive individuals have higher risk of sudden death from brain bleed
Sounds of Mosquito Mating Rituals Could Lead to Quieter Drones
NSF grant provides next step for assistive walking exoskeletons
Stride to prevent stroke
Helping Stroke Survivors Get Back Behind Wheel
Many take anticoagulants and OTC supplements, which poses risk
FFA to host first Pararoos match on home soil since Sydney 2000
Visitors to Territory parks urged to Beat Heat as temps soar
BP van drives stroke prevention
Australia under pressure
Almost half of at-risk Aussies skip cholesterol checks
Heart Research Institute raises awareness on World Thrombosis Day
AIHW data shows tobacco use disproportionately affects rural Australians
Why are bald eagles such great gliders? It’s all in wrist
Polymerized Estrogen Shown to Protect Nervous System Cells
NT ALP Conference joins with ETU calling for action on Alice Springs power supply crisis
Ambulance Victoria records best-ever response times
Get on your bike and Ride2Work
Yale faculty pioneer development and testing of portable MRI device
Stride4Stroke this November
Art of feedback update from Loveday Ryder
Going distance together after stroke
Warning to guard against heat stress at work
Pharmacists can help protect vulnerable older Australians
RADIO GRABS: Fire safety & health tips for long weekend bushwalkers & beachgoers
Clinical guidelines innovation forges ahead
‘I had legs of an 85-year-old’: How Pararoo Chris Barty beat odds through football
Canadians told to stop taking aspirin to prevent first heart attack, stroke
Febuxostat (Adenuric) tablets
Type 2 diabetes remission possible with ‘achievable’ weight loss, say researchers
Helping SMEs evaluate their medtech apply for funding
Opioids contribute to two thirds of drug-induced deaths
Community groups in Griffith given a helping hand
NSW nurse honoured with top stroke award
Brain scans reveal benefits of a cardio workout for stroke survivors
Spring into action
Melbourne nurse recognised as stroke award finalist
Electric Pill Bottles and Text Messaging Not Enough to Affect Blood Pressure Control
Perth doctor recognised as top stroke award finalist
Launceston Mayor urges locals to have a free health check
Exploring new frontiers in stroke
Survivor thanks paramedics to mark National Stoke Week
Hidden signals may hold key to mechanism of memory
Central Coast stroke survivor to receive prestigious award
Picture of experiences of Australians living with disability
Biloela family must be allowed to stay
White matter affects how people respond to brain stimulation therapy
Protective immune response in brain?