Increasing my literacy about strokes compliments of Dr. James Dobson
April 22, 2008
I remember when my mom had her stroke and how her symptoms slipped right by me when I talked long distance to her on the telephone. Now I'm at the front end of the age where I need to be concerned for myself.
Dr. James Dobson of Focus on the Family had a stroke and in these two segments of his radio program he talks to stroke experts who give the who, what, when, where, how and why and so what of strokes. They seem to do this in a very understandable way.
I will listen to both episodes again. I know I need to increase my stroke and heart attack IQ. Here are the links:
- Part one of what you need to know about strokes.
- Part two of what you need to know about strokes.
- Recognizing a stroke with three questions.
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Tags: strokes, dr. james dobson, focus on the family, american stroke association