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#Stroke is a leading cause of death & can happen to anyone. Control your risk factors to improve your brain health.
To help promote National Stroke Awareness Month, NINDS is hosting a Thunderclap. If you use Twitter, Facebook, and/or Tumblr please add your support so we can reach as many people as possible with the important message about the link between high blood pressure and brain health. Thunderclap is a social media platform that allows people to come together to amplify a single message by posting it at the same time on Facebook, Twitter, or Tumblr. Once you sign up, Thunderclap will automatically publish the message on your behalf.
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Stroke—it can happen to anyone!
In observance of National Stroke Awareness Month, NINDS, Million Hearts, and Kaiser Permanente are co-hosting a Twitter chat to discuss stroke risk factors, the importance of keeping your brain healthy, and the latest stroke research. #StrokeTalk will take place Tuesday, May 9, from 1-2 p.m. ET and will be led by CNN Chief Medical Correspondent, Dr. Sanjay Gupta. In addition, these medical experts will be on hand to answer questions:
Million Hearts®, including the American Stroke Association, will be participating with us on this chat. Remember to use our designated hashtag #StrokeTalk with your posts on Twitter! Follow @NINDSnews for updates about the chat and other information about the brain.
Help us spread the word! Please download our promotional images to share through your social media channels.
If you have any questions or want to join the chat, please contact the NINDS Social Media Team (NINDSSocialMediaTeam@mail.nih.gov).
NINDS provides a variety of resources on stroke, including Mind Your Risks® which highlights the importance of controlling high blood pressure to reduce risk of stroke and dementia and Know Stroke which aims to educate people about stroke signs and symptoms and the importance of reacting quickly. To learn more about these campaigns, visit:
Visit us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KnowStroke/
Check out our Stroke Awareness Month Pinterest Page