“Strike Out Stroke” engages with attendees, shows symptoms of stroke

On May 21, Augusta University teamed up with the American Heart Association and the Augusta GreenJackets to educate about strokes and their symptoms.

The “Strike Out Stroke” event offered interactive stroke related activities, and those who attended were given the opportunity to have their blood pressure taken at the game.

For more information about strokes or symptoms, contact the Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center at Augusta University Medical Center.

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