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  1. A stroke involves loss of brain functions caused by a loss of blood circulation to areas of the brain. ...
  2. Stroke is defined as a loss of brain function due to blocked blood circulation to the brain. Strokes may be caused by a narrowing, obstruction, or ...
  3. A stroke affecting the brain stem is potentially life threatening since this area of the brain controls functions such ... and instructing the heart to beat. Brain stem stroke may also cause double vision, nausea and loss ...
  4. ... cause clots to form, which can cause a stroke. Doppler studies are used to help identify these ... of plaques ahead of time to prevent a stroke from happening.
  5. ... a day, decreases the risk of heart attacks, stroke, hypertension, some cancers, osteoporosis, depression and obesity.
  6. ... Smoking also increases the risk of heart attacks, strokes and chronic lung disease.
  7. ... salt), heat exhaustion (caused by dehydration) and heat stroke (shock). Remove the victim from the heat and ...
  8. ... ulcer disease. It is also linked to cancer, stroke, COPD, fetal illness, and delayed wound healing.
  9. ... supply blood to the brain. This leads to stroke, with possible paralysis or other deficits.
  10. ... smooth movements of the skeletal muscular system. A stroke affecting the cerebellum may cause dizziness, nausea, balance ...
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