Stroke teaches woman importance of listening to what your body is saying -

Dina Fitz was a healthy, active 44-year-old. One moment changed all that. For the past three years Fitz has lived with the effects left by the stroke, when the blood supply was cut off from her brain.


The American Heart Association predicts that in the next 40 years strokes are expected to increase among Mexican-Americans by 350 percent.
“That is a very, very significant difference,” said Dr. Jongyeol Kim, Texas Tech Health Sciences Center chief of Cerebrovascular Disease, Neurology and University
Medical Center Stroke Program medical director....

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