October 11th, 2013
By Tim Mullaney
Post-stroke care warrants increased attention in light of a study showing people have poor quality of life in the years following a stroke, according to researchers.
A research team based in the United Kingdom analyzed five years’ worth of questionnaire responses from about 750 people who experienced a stroke. The participants ranked their health status on a scale ranging from “worse than death” to “perfect health,” and researchers compared their responses to a control group.
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