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West Midlands Ambulance Service Apr 19
DID YOU KNOW: A stroke is a brain attack & happens when the blood supply to part of your brain is cut off. Would you know how to spot the signs of a possible stroke? F - FACE - droopy? A - ARM - unable to lift? S - SPEECH - slurred? T - TIME to call 999
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Faith Pray Mar 29
Six years ago I had a stroke. After that, I struggled to find my writing words, so I started making art. I'm so thankful to be alive. So thankful to be making books. And I made a little thing for you.
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Mayo Clinic Apr 17
Think "FAST" about the warning signs of , say Mayo Clinic experts, and learn the lifestyle changes than can reduce the risk.
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Carol Brown Apr 17
Successful stroke thrombolysis/ thrombectomy training session with Yorkshire Ambulance service delivered from stroke services at Scarborough Hospital πŸ€“πŸ˜„
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Carol Brown Apr 10
New mobile library for stroke patients at Scarborough Hospital πŸ€“
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Cowboys Cheerleaders Dec 19
"It's a confusing process to lose someone unexpectedly." 's red stars on her honor her grandfather and her dance teacher who both passed away from strokes.
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Vanessa L. Gibson Mar 7
April 24, 2003, was a day that changed my life. I suffered a mild stroke due to an unknown clogged artery in the back of my neck. I could’ve died but to God be all the Glory for healing and strength. I am reminded of my blessings and the work needed to raise πŸ™πŸΎ
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Action News on 6abc Mar 4
Former Flyer Brian Propp could barely speak following his stroke in 2015. In the wake of Luke Perry’s tragic death, he’s using his voice to let people know it can happen to anyone, at ANY age. He tells how grateful he is to be alive, tonight at 11
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Michael keeling Mar 17
Ellie found out that that can affect your vision.. She saw one of our HASU nurses doing a quick visual field assessment, more detailed assessments are then done.. the patient then gets referred to the ophthalmology team..
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Holley Burns Apr 17
Well ended up here at the hospital getting ready for work this morning. Looked like I was having another TIA. So pumped full of meds, ct, and mris later, I'm here over night waiting on nuerology tomorrow to come in. Today has been horrible.
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susan long Jan 20
I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who gave me so much support over the last few weeks. Mum was so ill, we thought she'd had enough. But she's still with us, baffling everyone. Love my flowers. .
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Pulse Cardiac Health Apr 19
Could you recognize if someone was having a stroke? In this Your Heart in 90 Seconds video, Cam will take you through the most common signs and symptoms so you can act F.A.S.T! ----->
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RAINBOW BLAK 17h
This is horrible news sending prays and strength to John Singleton πŸ™πŸΏ
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Melanie May Mar 5
The death of Luke Perry at 52 of a stroke really upset me. It also made me realise that I didn't know anything about strokes or how to prevent them. You can actually do a lot to reduce your risk of having a stroke. Here are some helpful resources I found. RT
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Tammy Stopher Mar 5
This is my late husband Brandy. He died at 40 of a sudden stroke, he’d never had one before. He was in a vegetative state 10 days before we removed life support. Know the signs, it can happen to anyone.
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Ruth Dolan Mar 6
As part of my final year project, I have created a short video, narrating the lived experience of Stroke. All the content is informed through discussion groups with stroke survivors in Whitehall Stroke Support Group Watch here:
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Issy Apr 18
Help me raise money for here I'm going to complete another walk in a couple of months and create a big beauty hamper raffle very soon and more!
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˗ˋˏ 𝐭𝐒𝐧 𝐒𝐬 𝐞𝐧𝐝𝐠𝐚𝐦𝐞 𝐫𝐞𝐚𝐝𝐲. ΛŽΛŠΛ— Mar 4
Replying to @TiNtopengeload
S is for Speech: ask them to say something & check if you notice slurred speech T is for Time: call 911 immediately. We have a 90 minutes response time from when you notice the problem to when we take care of the problem to reduce the risk of disability.
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WCRE Mar 5
WCRE’s Brian Propp (and stroke survivor) was interviewed earlier today to help promote stroke awareness and recovery. Please share & lets show our support for Propper!
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Bobbie Rose 2ndSkinn 5h
β€˜Boyz n the Hood’ director John Singleton in ICU after suffering stroke . . .
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