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WorldStrokeCampaign
1 in 4 of us will have a stroke in our lifetime. works to raise public awareness and action on prevention, treatment and support.
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 26
Replying to @joshwebb94
Glad someone spotted the signs and that you are recovering. So important that we all - especially as COVID19 can increase our stroke risk.
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 26
When it comes to time, wasted is brain lost. Timely treatment saves lives and improves recovery. Our 6 facts about stroke treatement explain why it's so important to call an ambulance as soon as you spot the signs.
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 25
The promise of vaccines offer hope for the future, but COVID19 is still with us. The virus can increase the risk of . Know the signs. If you suspect stroke, call for an ambulance FAST – timely treatment saves lives and improves recovery.
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 25
Many of us will be staying put to over the holidays. But there’s one reason we should NEVER stay home and that’s . If you spot these signs, call an ambulance. Timely treatment saves lives and improves recovery.
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 25
Replying to @MJGold
Thanks for sharing your inspiring recovery story and helping to raise awareness of the impact of stroke and importance of prevention.
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 25
Replying to @carlystroke
What a beautiful photo and a reminder of why awareness of prevention and of stroke signs is so important. We hope your Mum received good care and is making progress with her recovery. 💙
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 25
Fantastic!
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 24
Did you know that can increase your risk of ? As the world continues to deal with the virus, more than ever we need to know the signs and if it's
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 23
Many of us will be staying safe and staying put over the holidays. But there’s one reason we should NEVER stay home and that’s . If you spot the signs, call an ambulance. Timely treatment saves lives and improves recovery.
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 23
Replying to @WStrokeCampaign
T= time to call an ambulance. Stroke is a medical emergency
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 23
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S = speech slurred, or words coming out wrong
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 23
Replying to @WStrokeCampaign
A = arm weakness
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 23
Replying to @WStrokeCampaign
F=Face drooping on one side
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 23
Around the world fewer patients have been turning up to hospital due to fears about . That’s bad news for patients and families. If you spot the signs of stroke act timely treatment saves lives and improves recovery
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 23
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Fast Heroes Nov 18
I absolutely love playing Hide-and-seek with my grandparents! Even though mine has special superpowers that make hiding a bit more difficult... What is your favourite game to play with your grandchildren?
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 19
You moved the world on . Now it's time to get recognition for your campaigning work on stroke prevention.. The World Stroke Campaign Award applications are now live. Deadline Dec 18th 2020. Awards announced Feb 2021.
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 17
From Brazil to Malaysia e have a growing network of tiny advocates. The future looks bright!
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 16
Let's keep our communities as safe as possible and help keep health services available for ALL patients.
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WorldStrokeCampaign Nov 16
New treatments and vaccines offer hope for the future, but is still with us and it increases the risk of stroke. Know the signs of stroke and if you spot stroke, call for an ambulance to get treatment FAST
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