The numbers are staggering...
Yet, many Americans still do not know their risk factors or how to spot a stroke in order to respond quickly in the event of an emergency.
To help raise awareness, Congresswoman Joyce Beatty (OH-3) has introduced a resolution in the U.S. House of Representatives to recognize May as National Stroke Awareness Month. As a stroke survivor herself, she understands the impact this disease has on so many Americans, of all ages, races, and ethnicities, and is urging her colleagues in Congress to join her in showing their support.
And we can help! Please send a quick email to your Representative right now to ask him/her to add their name to the National Stroke Awareness Month resolution before April 30th.
Remember, together we can end stroke!
Whatever is in order to " PREVENT HEART DISEASE , STROKE & SAVE LIVES MAY WE ALL DO WHAT WE CAN WHILE WE CAN TO STOP ANYONE ELSE FROM SUFFERING , LOSING HIS OR HER LIFE TO THIS MERCILESS NO.4 KILLER IN U.S THEN BECOMING ANOTHER VICTIM AT ANY RATE AND SUPPORT EACH OTHER IN HUMANITY ALL THE WAY AS HEALTH AUTHORITY''S/EXPERTS WORK TO DISCOVER CURES AT ANY LENGTH,DEGREE OR REASONABLE COST!...". I''m can''t fight or win this battle or challenge alone ,nor can any cure be found with all these cuts in funding and facts staring us in the face as is. If all of us do what we can everywhere in this world in the scientific or medical research community especially, it will effect progress, advancement then ongoing concerns meet if not satisfy with these health threats to countless people in humanity throughout this world, including myself. "Together we''ll win it one way or another and conquer this in time I hope ,believe and trust in God!...".
"CURES FOR ALL IN NEED!",
My lawmakers (Maryland) do support the AHA/ASA. I have e-mailed Senator Benjamin Cardin,Barbara Muluski and Rep. Chris Van Hollen. Senator Cardin and senator so on the Healthcare/HHS subcommittee and so does REP.Chris Van Hollen. Thanks AHA/ASA for your support.