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The research will help medical professionals understand the causes of strokes, resulting in the development of new treatments and a reduction in the number who suffer from strokes and the after-effects.
The victim still feels after-effects of what was a shocking incident JUDGE GEOFFREY MILLER belfast court yesterday
Life After Near Death" is the only study to explore the deeper meaning of the near-death experience through the prism of its extraordinary after-effects.
It kills more UK under-fives than any other infectious disease, and survivors can suffer after-effects such as brain damage, epilepsy and limb loss.
New research commissioned by the Meningitis Trust this week shows that one in three children who have had bacterial meningitis, the most common form of the disease in the UK, will be left with after-effects.
An 8-year prison sentence is provided for torture crimes without after-effects, and 12 years in prison in case where acts of torture leave traces.
6 billion pounds after battling the after-effects of the March earthquake and security hacking scandal.
While the UN certified President Alassane Ouattara has been battling Laurent Gbagbo to surrender and give up his presidential powers, people in the north-eastern coast of Japan are struggling to overcome the after-effects of the second quake that hit the country on April 7, 2011.
The airline chief financial officer, Erno Hilden, said 'Demand is on a growth track, but we are still suffering to some extent from the after-effects of the cabin staff strike.
SIFA Fireside works closely with Birmingham City Council's Housing Dept, Midland Heart and other partners to ensure that there is a safety net to get people off the streets and into settled accommodation so that, once there, we can tackle the after-effects of homelessness on people's health and lifestyles.
At the Meningitis Trust we are constantly reminded how devastating meningitis can be; changing people's lives in an instant and leaving some with life-long after-effects.
Those who survive can be left with devastating after-effects including loss of hearing, sight, brain damage and, where septicaemia (blood poisoning) has occurred, loss of limbs.
These after-effects last a lifetime and impact on all aspects of day-to-day life for the individual aswell as their family, friends and colleagues.
The research highlights the need for developing stricter assessment methods to ensure vision problems are detected and appropriately identified as the after-effects of stroke as opposed to a symptom of old age.