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Search results for: Stroke---Cerebrovascular-Apoplexy

BRAZIL-DROUGHT/
RTR4P71A
February 11, 2015
Cerebrovascular accident (CVA) patient Pedro, sits on his bed before being washed with the help of his...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Cerebrovascular accident (CVA) patient Pedro, sits on his bed before being washed with the help of his...
Cerebrovascular accident (CVA) patient Pedro, sits on his bed before being washed with the help of his daughter Daniela (R), 38, and wife Maria Do Carmo, 70, inside their house in Brasilandia slum, of which they are without water for 13 hours a day, in Sao Paulo February 11, 2015. Brazilians are hoarding water in their apartments, drilling homemade wells and taking other emergency measures to prepare for forced rationing that appears likely and could leave taps dry for up to five days a week because of a drought.. In Sao Paulo, the country's largest city with a metropolitan area of 20 million people, the main reservoir is at just 6 percent of capacity with the peak of the rainy season now past. Many neighborhoods have already experienced daily water outages as Sabesp turns down pressure in pipes to save consumption. Some residents of the Brasilandia slum said this week they were often without water 13 hours a day. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: HEALTH ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER)
BRAZIL-DROUGHT/
RTR4P70M
February 11, 2015
Cerebrovascular accident (CVA) patient Pedro, drinks water with the help of his daughter Daniela (L),...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Cerebrovascular accident (CVA) patient Pedro, drinks water with the help of his daughter Daniela inside...
Cerebrovascular accident (CVA) patient Pedro, drinks water with the help of his daughter Daniela (L), 38, inside their house in Brasilandia slum, of which they are without water for 13 hours a day, in Sao Paulo February 11, 2015. Brazilians are hoarding water in their apartments, drilling homemade wells and taking other emergency measures to prepare for forced rationing that appears likely and could leave taps dry for up to five days a week because of a drought.. In Sao Paulo, the country's largest city with a metropolitan area of 20 million people, the main reservoir is at just 6 percent of capacity with the peak of the rainy season now past. Many neighborhoods have already experienced daily water outages as Sabesp turns down pressure in pipes to save consumption. Some residents of the Brasilandia slum said this week they were often without water 13 hours a day. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: HEALTH ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER)
WITNESS-STROKE/SURVIVAL
RTR1UTR1
October 12, 2007
A therapist leads stroke patient Nelson Graves through a physical rehabilitation session using rubber...
Tokyo, Japan
TO MATCH WITNESS-STROKE/SURVIVAL
A therapist leads stroke patient Nelson Graves through a physical rehabilitation session using rubber balls to strengthen muscles and regain balance at Juntendo University Hospital in Tokyo September 18, 2007. Picture taken September 18, 2007. TO MATCH WITNESS-STROKE/SURVIVAL REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
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