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Coordinating Care for Stroke Patients

While some people recover completely, stroke remains the fifth leading cause of death in the United States. However, research studies and clinical practice show that comprehensive stroke ...
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Act FAST Call 911 Know the Signs of Stroke and Call 911

Up to 2 million brain cells die every minute during a stroke, so time is of the essence for treatment. Knowing the signs of stroke and acting FAST is the first step in getting appropriate treatment at ...
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New Technology in Shoulder Surgery

The shoulder is a ball-and-socket joint that is able to rotate through a greater range of motion than any other joint in the body. It works unnoticed while you perform daily tasks and enjoy your ...
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Weekend Athletes Don't Have to Have Shoulder Pain

Although many of us are stuck in the office from Monday to Friday, Californians like to get out on their days off and have fun hiking, biking, surfing, or playing ball. Exercise is essential to our ...
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Smart Move: Learning to Prevent Falls

It happens all year round, but most often during the holidays. Climbing up on chairs or stepladders to put up lights and decorations, a lot of people—especially seniors—lose their balance, ...
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He's Got His Rhythm Back

A Healthy Heartbeat is Restored with Ablation Poul Cederholm had been experiencing the warning signs for a couple years. He was always tired and sleeping a lot. It felt like all he did was work, eat ...
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