Oct 23 2008 began like any other day, up at 6, coffee, rain locker, then off to work.
I HAVE DEVELOPED A STROKE CENTER A SMALL COUNTY IN FLORIDA AND I HAVE DUCATED ALL THE HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS AND I EDUCATE THE COMMUNITY AND MAKE THE, STROKE SMART.
I am a stroke survivor who has written a book entitled "The Inspiring Journey of A Stroke A Survivor." My book is a compelling story of the challenges and many phases I went through durin
Valentine's Day 2003: Sitting in a meeting the first signs showed up that something was wrong. My eyesight changed, I could not lift my arm, and I could not speak.
When the ER doctor told us in April of 2010 that our two (now three)-year-old son had suffered several small strokes, it simply did not register.
My mother, Mary Lou Chapa, was a nurse caring for the health of others and unfortunately seemed to put hers aside which lead to her suffering a ruptured brain aneurysm in December 2008.
Gloria suffered a hemorrhagic stroke in January 1994, at the age of 68.
As a retired Special Agent of the FBI, I am in my second career as a high school math teacher. I had a stroke on 10/14/10, minutes before I was to leave for work.
Barely 47. Three weeks after my high school graduation all my mother and I could think about was what color to have our toes painted for my college orientation.
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