Two young Washington stroke survivors share their stories with the hope of persuading women to monitor their blood pressure

Two young Washington stroke survivors share their stories with the hope of persuading women to monitor their blood pressure

Lisa Marie Westbrook admits that she shrugged off the warnings about high blood pressure. But seven years ago at age 40, she suffered an ischemic stroke that robbed her of the ability to walk and talk. After a long rehabilitation, she regained those skills. Today, Westbrook said one arm still is weak, but she’s made …

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