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Know the Warning Signs of Stroke

Posted by Admin On February - 21 - 2014
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Many strokes could be prevented by earlier diagnosis, access to appropriate treatment and improved management. Learning more about the warning signs of stroke can help save lives.
The warning signs of stroke should be common knowledge, but unfortunately many people cannot recognize them.

More than 17 million people worldwide live with the irregular heartbeat that signifies Atrial Fibrillation (AF). When people — especially over the age of 55, when stroke is most likely to occur — stop seeing their doctor on a regular basis, they may never even realize they have AF until it’s too late.

AF is a controllable risk factor that we can keep an eye out for in ourselves and our loved ones. It’s well worth investing a few minutes to learn more about AF before a serious complication occurs.

Reading the Global Atrial Fibrillation Patient Charter is a great first step — and a helpful resource to pass along to friends and family. Sign the charter and learn more about stroke prevention.

Thank you for taking action,

Colleen H.
Care2 and ThePetitionSite Team

Please sign the petition today! Learn More About Stroke Prevention

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