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  • Good thing, I was fortunate enough to study about strokes in our Biology class. I quickly remembered that the first aid to stroke is to keep the person’s feet leveled.
  • Uhuh. They called the ambulance. I gave the old man some first aid until the ambulance came.
  • Did anyone else witness what happened?
  • Wow, kuya! What if you didn’t know all of those things? The man would have been probably dead now.
  • Truly. That’s why reading doesn’t just stop when you are done with the material. Next step would be applying what you learned in real life.
  • How about you, Miguel? You got any books left to read?
  • Yes, kuya. My goal is to finish reading all the books that I borrowed tonight so that I could borrow a new set tomorrow.
  • Thanks, Kuya! You’re the best. I’ll start doing my research now
  • You’re really motivated to read. I like that! Just don’t forget that you can apply what you read in your real life.
  • Well, for me, I always make it a habit to read several articles about what do when there is an emergency. 
  • Not only because of its part of my field, but also because it is better to be prepared than to not be able to do something
  • Really kuya? How is that possible?
  • I immediately recalled what I previously read about what to do when somebody has irregular breathing. It’s a sign of heat stroke.
  • Well, the other day, I was on my way to school when an old man collapsed suddenly in front of me. I checked his pulse and he wasn’t breathing normally.
  • Oh no! What did you do then?
  • S-st-ro-ke?  What is that, Kuya?
  • Well stroke is a….you know what Miguel maybe it’s time for you to learn how to use a dictionary.”
  • Yes it is! It is easy to look for the meaning of words. Just look for the first letter of that word and you’ll find it.
  • Is that a di-dicti-o-na-ry?
  • Good thing I now know my alphabets. I know where to look for stroke because it starts with the letter S.
  • You’re right, Miguel. So can you tell me what stroke means?
  • Exactly. You just learned the skill of scanning.”
  • Hahaha! So going back to the story…
  • Uhm….here it is! Stroke is a loss of motion because of a broken vessel.
  • Yay! Another superpower!
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