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UNT coach recovering after suffering from stroke

Posted on March 28th, 2012 No Comments

A coach at the University of North Texas is currently recovering from a stroke that occurred six weeks ago.

The man was rushed to the hospital when the left side of his body went numb and medical officials stated that it was the fast help from his family that kept him alive. The numbness started with his face and then moved to his arm and eventually to his legs.

Doctors are still unsure at this time at what caused the stroke and the coach stated that he was in good health before the stroke occurred. He is currently on the way to a full recovery as he prepares to return to work in honor of spring training.

Strokes can be very dangerous and cause serious injury or even death. Recently, the use of certain birth control pills has been tied to the increased risk of developing blood clots and strokes. If this has happened to you or a loved one, contact the Yasmin stroke lawsuit lawyers of Williams Hart by calling 800-761-3187  today.

Senator suffers stroke at age 52

Posted on January 31st, 2012 No Comments

Senator Mark Kirk of Illinois suffered a stroke at age 52. Many were surprised because the man was so young and it has shed a light on the issue that strokes can even affect younger people as well.

Strokes can happen to anyone of any age and there has been an increase in the amount of strokes that have affected younger people. Each year, 795,000  occur in the U.S and a quarter of these are people that are under the age of 65.

Recently, an increase of stroke has been tied to the use of certain birth control pills. The FDA reviewed Yasmin and Yaz in order to determine whether or not the use of the pill was worth the potential risk.

If you or a loved one has used Yasmin or Yaz birth control and suffered from a serious health issue as a result, contact the Yasmin lawsuit lawyers of Williams Hart today by calling 800-761-3187 today.

Makers of Yasmin coming out with new birth control pill

Posted on August 23rd, 2010 No Comments

Bayer HealthCare, the maker of Yasmin, is now coming out with a new birth control pill.

The new birth control, Natazia, will contain a form of estrogen that has never been used in an oral contraceptive before. Women who take this pill, will be taking a combination of hormones or sugar pills every month.

This new pill comes out just as Yaz, another popular birth control made by Bayer, is losing sales due to thousands of women suing the company after developing negative health side effects. The FDA declared the ads for Yaz were misleading and told Bayer that they must run a correction because there were misconceptions about the pill.

Danish researchers found that woman who had taken Yaz or yasmin have a 64 percent higher chance to suffer from a blood clot and some woman are at higher risk an do not even know it. Bayer is now monitoring how the new pill works on 70,000 women, but results will not be known for at least five years.

If you or a loved one have suffered a blood clot or heart attack after taking yasmin or yaz, contact the yaz stroke and blood clot lawyers of Williams Hart by calling 800-761-3187 today.

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