I was less than 24 hours old when my stroke happened. Upon my entry into the world, everything appeared normal to my doctors. Suddenly, I stopped breathing and began having seizures. My doctors were confused, began running tests, and finally concluded that I had suffered a massive stroke due to a blood clot that traveled …
Catherine Gibson My Stroke Survivor Story: All my life all I ever wanted to do was help people. I knew from a very young age that I wanted to become a nurse so I could do just that. In 2003 I graduated with a degree in Nursing from Spalding University. After working in the nursing …
Every year in the United States, stroke affects nearly eight hundred thousand people and millions of caregivers. Despite the large number of incidences of stroke, it remains a highly misunderstood malady with many misconceptions. Stroke can affect the young as well as the old, and warning signs are often overlooked.
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One Stroke Forward Foundation co-founder and CMO, Kelly Marsh tells her stroke story to UC Health.
One Stroke Forward’s Kelly Marsh shared the best ways to spot a stroke as part of Stroke Awareness Month.
On May 16, One Stroke Forward co-founder and CMO Kelly Marsh got the chance to spread the word about stroke symptoms and prevention to Cincinnati area children.