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Did you know that there is a link between Hip Hop music and stroke? Find out how a music video can save lives!
BET’s 106 & Park host and actor, Terrence J. and American Stroke Association Spokesperson, Rani Whitfield, M.D., Tha Hip Hop Doc, will discuss how you can increase stroke awareness through Hip Hop music, help your family prevent stroke and explain the American Stroke Association’s national Hip Hop Stroke Music Video Competition in recognition of American Stroke Month in May.
Join us for a Twitter Party on May 10 with Terrence J. and Dr. Whitfield from 12-1 p.m. CST.
What are the requirements of the national video competition? What would you like to know about stroke and health empowerment? Why is Terrence J. getting involved as a judge for the Hip Hop Stroke Video Competition? Bring your questions to the chat.
A stroke occurs every 40 seconds and can affect any one at any age. Find out how your creativity can help to increase stroke awareness across the nation.
Learn how your video could win great prizes! The contest begins May 7