Strokes suffered by young people in the past may have been “underdiagnosed and underappreciated”


This article by Robbie Neiswanger from THE MORNING NEWS IN RAZORBACK CENTRAL Athletes Not Immune To Strokes Arkansas Receiver On The Recovery Trail LAST UPDATED FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2009 7:16 PM CDT FAYETTEVILLE — Something was wrong with Brian Mullen. The professional hockey player didn’t feel right that August day in 1993. His keys unusually […]

We need to do more


I know this is a start but we need to do more to raise stroke awareness. I was contacted on my blog today by AGA Medical letting me know of their new stroke awareness campaign. Congratulations, this is a step in the right direction, but it is something we should have started years ago. Here’s […]

26.2 has been the only number on my mind


 Original post from my newsletterOne Goal Down: Here’s MY Boston Marathon Resultsby: David Dansereau One Body Health and Smart Moves Internet Publishing26.2 miles…4 hrs. 52 min. 24 sec.6,356 calories burned~102 oz. Gatorade consumedCrossing the finish line in Boston….PRICELESS.Thank You!There are many paths to the Boston Marathon, but every path makes you part of history. My path […]

Tedy’s Team and the Falmouth Road Race


8 August 2007 To the editor of The Valley Breeze (Cumberland,RI); I am not sure where, how, or even if you might be able to use these thoughts but I feel it is important that I share my story to help educate others and raise awareness about stroke. If you could place this in your […]