How to Draw Awareness or Cause Ribbons This drawing tutorial will teach you how to draw an Awareness Ribbon. People use Awareness Ribbons to symbolize many causes and it can be colored to match the cause you support. The most common colors are a yellow ribbon or pink ribbon. This video is a companion to…

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Brain Foods for Brain Health – Boost Brain Health with Good Eats Good Food is Good Medicine blog: https://health.ucdavis.edu/good-food/ Dr. Liz Applegate’s presentation discusses specific foods and dietary supplements that may enhance brain health and transform diet to one that supports healthy aging and memory performance. Dr. Applegate is Director of Sports Nutrition and a…

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Beth's Story- Stroke at 23 Beth Boella survived a stroke 8 months ago aged just 23. This is Beth’s survivor story. Different Strokes is run by younger stroke survivors for younger stroke survivors. We have personal experience of the realities of life after stroke. We recognise that the Different Strokes community of younger stroke survivors…

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Can you fly after a TIA or stroke? – Dr Arvind Chandratheva Flying is a common difficulty and there’s no specific guidance about flying aside from what the cause of the stroke may be and what persistent deficit there might be. To focus on TIA where a patient has had one of these transient events,…

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