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SEP 20, 2014 - Philadelphia Inquirer

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Marvin Aronson, medical examiner

Marvin Edward Aronson, 89, Philadelphia's medical examiner during the MOVE crisis, died Saturday, Sept. 6, at St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne of complications of a stroke suffered five days earlier.

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SEP 19, 2014 - Futurity

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Just a little bit of dairy may cut your risk of stroke

One serving of milk or cheese every day may be enough to ward off heart disease or stroke, even in … Continued The post Just a little bit of dairy may cut your risk of stroke appeared first on Futurity.

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SEP 18, 2014 - MedPage Today

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Stroke Rounds: Microbleeds May Up Afib Mortality (CME/CE)

(MedPage Today) -- The presence of cerebral microbleeds was associated with an increased risk of death from both hemorrhagic and ischemic stroke in patients with atrial fibrillation, South Korean researchers said.

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SEP 18, 2014 - Huffington Post

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This 1800s Cardio Machine Looks Surprisingly Familiar

In 1861, our exercise options were significantly more limited, compared to our choices today. There were no sold-out SoulCycle classes, no bootcamps in the park, no CrossFit. But this page from Gustav Ernst's The Portable Gymnasium shows that at least one of today's most popular pieces of gym equipment has age-old roots. In case you don't quite recognize this old-timey ...

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SEP 17, 2014 - Wall Street Journal

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More Study Urged on Testosterone Drugs

A Food and Drug Administration panel recommended that makers of testosterone-replacement drugs study possible increased risks of heart attack and stroke from the hot-selling products.

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