It’s World Stroke Day, and one Oregon survivor is talking about life after his stroke and what people can do to prevent its worst effects. Bill Monroe suffered a stroke at age 46 last year, and still is working to restore movement on the left side of his body. …

Tag: Monroe says it’s critical to remember the acronym FAST, used to recognize the most common warning signs of stroke. “F” stands for face drooping, “A” for arm weakness, “S” for speech difficulty, and “T” for ‘time to call 9-1-1’ if a person is showing any of these symptoms.