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  • <p>My mom is a stroke survivor. There was a blood clot in her blood. After continuous treatments and physiotherapy, she is able to walk and do her daily activities normally. But she couldn’t recover from the facial paralysis. She cannot smile normally. Because of it, she refuses to go out or meet people.  I want my mom to smile once again. Is it…[Read more]

  • <p><span style=”font-weight: 400;”>My mom is a stroke survivor. There was a blood clot in her blood. After continuous treatments and physiotherapy, she is able to walk and do her daily activities normally. But she couldn’t recover from the facial paralysis. She cannot smile normally. Because of it, she refuses to go out or meet people.  I want my…[Read more]

  • <p>My mom is a stroke survivor. There was a blood clot in her blood. After continuous treatments and physiotherapy, she is able to walk and do her daily activities normally. But she couldn’t recover from the facial paralysis. She cannot smile normally. Because of it, she refuses to go out or meet people.  I want my mom to smile once again. Is it…[Read more]

  • <p>My mom is a stroke survivor. There was a blood clot in her blood. After continuous treatments and physiotherapy, she is able to walk and do her daily activities normally. But she couldn’t recover from the facial paralysis. She cannot smile normally. Because of it, she refuses to go out or meet people.  I want my mom to smile once again. Is it…[Read more]

  • <p>Sleep apnea can be treated using a simple procedure. Talk to your doctor and seek his help immediately</p>

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