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JULY 2016
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The Comeback Coach

Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak tells the dramatic story of the evening he collapsed to his knees on a football field in Houston during a nationally-televised game. He was rushed to a hospital where he learned he had experienced a transient ischemic attack (TIA).

Kubiak would go on to lead his Denver Broncos to a Super Bowl 50 victory this year. He reflects on the game, his health, and changes he made to his lifestyle in our upcoming issue of StrokeSmart™ magazine. Sign up now to receive your subscription in time.

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Play Our AFib Game

Have some fun with our Beating Your Odds game while learning about atrial fibrillation (AFib). Five mini games will educate you on AFib awareness, stroke signs, and treatment options.

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Nominate your stroke hero for a RAISE Award

Nominate a Hero

National Stroke Association is pleased to announce our Raising Awareness in Stroke Excellence (RAISE) Awards which are presented annually to recognize individuals and groups who help raise awareness about stroke in their communities. Nominate your stroke champion today—the deadline is Aug. 31.

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Thankful Every Day

Shaunelle is a caregiver for her mother who experienced a stroke in July 2015. She is thankful each day to have her mother in her life and wishes all stroke survivors and caregivers well.

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