Monthly Archives: May 2017

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Architecture contributes to positive health outcomes

By Michelle Shannon Architecture can contribute to positive health outcomes for people. However, which people and in what locations is health design research being applied? How can we adapt the built environment sustainably for an ageing population or for those people with chronic conditions? These were some of the questions posed during the [...]

Stroke doctors: Who are we? A World Stroke Organization survey

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Oral administration of corticosterone at stress-like levels drives microglial but not vascular disturbances post-stroke

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Embedding an enriched environment in an acute stroke unit increases activity in people with stroke: a controlled before–after pilot study

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