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This, right now, is the only life I know

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Interacting casually with Kelli Smith, you might never guess that the 43-year-old mother of two sons had a stroke nine years ago. .

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Making the Best Decisions at Discharge After Stroke

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Here are words you are unlikely to ever hear from a stroke survivor: “I had too much rehab.” Quality rehab is something nearly all stroke survivors are extremely interested in. That is because, as one of the first survivors we interviewed for Stroke Connection said, “Rehab is life.”

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Love Your Heart, Love Your Brain

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Brains are complex, but brain health, not so much. At least that is the conclusion reached by a team of clinicians tasked by the American Heart Association/ American Stroke Association with investigating brain health.

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