May 31, 2018

Stroke Awareness Month

By Karl W Oestreich

KARE 11

May is Stroke Awareness Month. Did you know that more women than men have strokes each year? Or, that African-Americans are more KARE-11 Logoimpacted by stroke than any other racial group in the United States? And, did you know, that stroke to happen to anyone, at any age? For those reasons, it’s important to know the symptoms and how to respond. We had Dr. Robert Brown from Mayo Clinic join us to talk about the warning signs and new treatments.

Reach: KARE 11 is the NBC affiliate in Minneapolis-St. Paul and reaches more than 600,000 people each week in its coverage area.  Its website has more than 1.5 million unique visitors each month.

Additional coverage: KAAL, KGUNWNPV_AM, WEHT-ABC

Related coverage: Florida Times-Union, Mayo Stroke Center Recertified

Context: Robert Brown, M.D., M.P.H. is a Mayo Clinic neurologist with a subspecialty expertise in stroke and cerebrovascular disease.

Contact: Susan Barber Lindquist, Jim McVeigh, Kevin Punsky

Tags: Dr. Robert Brown, KARE11-TV, Stroke Awareness Month, Uncategorized

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