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New research shows preventing stroke can prevent dementia. In this month's issue researchers share their findings and what steps you can take to lower your risk. Also in this issue: How exercise can lead to stronger stroke recovery. PLUS: Stay cool this summer with a no-cook recipe for delicious tuna and tomato salad.
 
 
 
 
   Research      Lifestyle
 
The stroke-dementia connection
 
The stroke-dementia connection
Why stroke leads to dementia is a question researchers are only beginning to understand. Here's what you need to know.
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How exercise can help stroke recovery
 
How exercise can help stroke recovery
Research shows that exercise after stroke can help survivors reclaim their strength and mobility. One man shares how regular physical activity helped him rebuild his life after stroke.
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Uncovering covert strokes to stop dementia
 
Uncovering covert strokes to stop dementia
Covert strokes are so subtle you can't feel them. But like other strokes, they carry the threat of dementia. Dr. Eric Smith is researching covert strokes with the goal of eventually preventing them.
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RECIPE: Terrific tuna and tomato salad
 
RECIPE: Terrific tuna and tomato salad
Too hot outside to turn on the oven? Cool down with this light tuna and tomato salad. Ready in just five minutes, it's perfect for summer nights, lunches and picnics.
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