Healthy Living: Warning Signs of a Stroke

Strokes can happen without warning and lead to disability or even death. But up to 80 percent of strokes can be prevented, according to the American Stroke Association. Dr. Mohammad Owais a neurologist with Baptist Health-Fort Smith, explains the symptoms of a stroke and what you should do if someone you know is experiencing one.

Sponsored by: Baptist Health 

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