Monday, May 9, 2016

A Stoke is the fifth leading cause of death for Americans. However, 75% of stroke victims are over the age of 65. Now this is a very serious issue that is not to be taken lightly. Sometimes the warning signs of stroke may last only a few moments and then disappear. These brief episodes, known as Transient Ischemic Attacks or TIAs, are sometimes called “mini-strokes.” 

To help protect yourself and your loved ones, learn what steps you can take to prevent 
a stroke and how to spot a stroke if one occurs. 

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Follow up with your PCP to get any information how to avoid or lower your risk of a Stroke.