Childhood stroke is not common, but it can be dangerous, even deadly. It happens when tangled blood vessels in the brain cause a stroke. One family, who is grateful for their child’s survival, wants other parents to know what signs to look out for.
A year ago, the Christie family gathered around the dinner table when 10-year-old Neal started acting strangely.
His father, Amish Christie, said, “Neal says ‘Mom, I don’t want to eat, I don’t feel good.'”
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