CULTURALLY TAILORED PROGRAM HELPS HISPANICS CUT STROKE RISK

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    ‘Culturally tailored’ program helps Hispanics cut stroke risk

    Oct 11, 2018 · THURSDAY, Oct. 11, 2018 — A program to teach Hispanic stroke patients skills to lower their blood pressure and reduce their risk of another stroke was a big success, according to a new study. The
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    ‘Culturally Tailored’ Program Helps Hispanics Cut Stroke

    ‘Culturally Tailored’ Program Helps Hispanics Cut Stroke Risk THURSDAY, Oct. 11, 2018 (HealthDay News) — A program to teach Hispanic stroke patients skills to lower their blood pressure and reduce their risk of another stroke was a big success, according to a new study.
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    ‘Culturally Tailored’ Program Helps Hispanics Cut Stroke Risk

    ‘Culturally Tailored’ Program Helps Hispanics Cut Stroke Risk By Robert Preidt THURSDAY, Oct. 11, 2018 (HealthDay News) — A program to teach Hispanic stroke patients skills to lower their blood pressure and reduce their risk of another stroke was a big success, according to a new study.
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    ‘Culturally tailored’ program helps Hispanics cut stroke

    Oct 12, 2018 · Home Top Stories ‘Culturally tailored’ program helps Hispanics cut stroke risk. Top Stories ‘Culturally tailored’ program helps Hispanics cut stroke risk. October 12, 2018. 3. 0. Facebook. Twitter. or to a group that took part in a culturally tailored, skills-based stroke prevention program that used bilingual materials.
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    Culturally Tailored Program May Cut BP in Hispanic Stroke

    7 days ago · A culturally tailored, skills-based program was tied to lower blood pressure among Hispanic stroke patients, researchers for the randomized DESERVE trial reported.
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    A Family-Based Diabetes Intervention for Hispanic Adults

    The purpose of this quasi-experimental one group longitudinal study is to examine the effects of a family-based intervention program on diabetes self-management behaviors, HbA1c, other biomarkers, psychosocial factors and health-related quality of life in Hispanics with diabetes.
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    Black, Hispanic Patients More Likely to Have Second ICH

    After adjusting for blood pressure, black ICH patients were more than twice as likely to have another stroke as were whites, while Hispanic ICH patients had about 50% elevated risk, reported
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    Focus On Health Disparities Research | National Institute

    Jul 27, 2018 · The Stroke Prevention/Intervention Research Program is comprised of several scientifically rigorous stroke culturally tailored interventions that address major contributors to stroke disparities including risk factor control, re-engineered treatment delivery, and state-wide barrier assessment and intervention.
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    NIH awards $40 million in grants to reduce stroke

    The consortium will assess the effectiveness of a culturally tailored program to improve blood pressure control, level of functioning and quality of life in 650 homebound post-stroke patients.
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