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Bayer Canada 13h
occurs when the blood supply to your brain is interrupted or reduced
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HHS.gov May 23
Know the signs and symptoms of stroke–use these signs to act F.A.S.T.:
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March of Dimes CA Jun 25
After surviving a stroke & being discharged from 🏥, what are your next steps 👣? is a model of care we provide for & caregivers. Join our FB Group to connect w/others
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Kristen Aguirre May 28
Never underestimate God and hard work! Today I walked out of therapy!
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David Wu Jun 3
Check out 's powerful piece on about surviving a !! In honor of May being the end of
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NHS England May 30
May is Remember to be F.A.S.T when you suspect yourself, or someone else is having a . The sooner you spot the signs, the more difference you can make to someone's recovery:
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Chatham-Kent EMS Jun 6
is a great time to be reminded of the signs of a Stroke F- Face- is it drooping? A- Arms- can you raise both? S- Speech- is it slurred or jumbled? T- Time- to call 911 right away Paramedics will start treatment immediately and bring you to a Stroke Centre
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Harvard Health May 25
Taking blood pressure pills at bedtime may prevent more heart attacks, strokes:
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JohnsHopkinsMedicine May 28
A stroke, or brain attack, happens when blood flow to your brain is stopped. It is an emergency situation. Do you know what to do if you suspect someone is having a stroke?
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JohnsHopkinsMedicine May 28
Did you know there are different types of stroke?
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Schyler May 23
Children inspire us all to try a little harder and laugh a little more often. This one pulls on my heart strings, I am beyond amazed by him EACH and EVERY day.
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St. John Ambulance Jun 25
That's one every 10 minutes. Protect yourself and your loved ones by learning how to prevent, recognize and respond to strokes. Sign up for a St. John Ambulance first aid course at ♥️🧠
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NewYork-Presbyterian Queens May 23
There’s a faster way to treat strokes: take the hospital to the patient. This , see how our Mobile Stroke Treatment Unit can treat stroke patients 40 minutes faster, increasing their chances of survival:
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Sign Against Stroke May 31
May is . Learn to recognise the signs of and . Stroke is medical emergency.
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TBay Public Health Jun 24
June is . Remember, if you think someone may be having a stroke act FAST (Facial drooping? Arm weakness? Speech difficulty? Time to call 911!).
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CLSA / ÉLCV Jun 24
About 741,800 Canadian adults over age 20 live with the effects of a stroke. Learn more about the health risks of a stroke:
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Stanford Medicine May 11
"We're talking about a 50 % reduction in death or nursing home existence for treatable stroke patients and a threefold increase in functional recovery." Stanford's Greg Albers on moving the stroke treatment window from 6 to 24 hours.
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BarrowNeurological May 24
: Stroke affects 34 pregnant women out of 100,000 compared to 21 women out of 100,000 who are not pregnant.
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Serenity Garden GEH May 22
Thank you Madame Mayor and everyone who attended the event this afternoon, your support for the project is very much appreciated
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Healthwatch England May 8
When stroke strikes, part of your brain shuts down. Recovery is tough, but with the right specialist support the brain can adapt. Talk to your local about your experience and help make services the best they can be
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