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Sherry’s Story – Finding Her Husband’s Brain Aneurysm

Our story began in June of 2010. We thought we’d put our trials behind us, as I was recovering from three strokes that nearly took my life on April 16, 2009. I had learned to walk, talk, and drive like a normal mom and wife again. Our 10 year old daughter was looking forward to …

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This New Year, Help The Bee Foundation by Fundraising Peer to Peer

To raise awareness of brain aneurysms and funding for innovative, preventive research that changes lives, The Bee Foundation aims to reach those who have personal experience with brain aneurysms. Almost everyone knows someone who has lost a loved one to this deadly condition, or has lost someone themselves. Ever wonder how you can use the power …

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Kaley’s Story – What to Do When Facing an Unruptured Aneurysm

January, 2017  Today marks one year since I was diagnosed with two unruptured brain aneurysms. The diagnosis came upon my life very unexpectedly. I was 29 years old, recently married, and had only just given birth to a beautiful baby boy. Life seemed to be going perfectly. It truly is amazing how one second could …

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Is It Better to Give Than to Receive?

New research published in the Journal of Economic Psychology found that donating to charity may improve a giver’s physical and emotional wellbeing. The study also suggested a link between increases in charitable tax subsidies, which have been found to spur giving, and improvements in people’s perceptions of their own health (which can be a good …

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