Ruptured Brain Aneurysm: 8 Warning Signs

Know what it may look like when a blood vessel in the brain bursts

Ruptured Brain Aneurysm: 8 Warning Signs

An aneurysm is an enlarged blood vessel or artery due to weakening in the blood-vessel wall. There are many risk factors for an aneurysm and they can form in individuals with head injuries, blood infections, or hypertension. An aneurysm itself may present no symptoms at all, but complications arise when it ruptures — especially in the brain. Here are the warning signs of a ruptured brain aneurysm.

A Sudden and Severe Headache

The most telling sign of a ruptured brain aneurysm is a splitting or thunderclap headache that comes suddenly, usually described as “the worst headache ever." If you or someone you know has this kind of headache, call for medical attention or visit the emergency room immediately.

3 Secrets for Choosing the Best Rotisserie Chicken at the Store

How can you know you're getting one that's fresh, juicy and crispy?

The rotisserie chickens at the store can make a great, quick dinner for the family. They can also be good pre-made bases for many recipes! But when they're all sitting together in the same case, how can you know you're getting one that's fresh, juicy and crispy? Here are three insider tips for choosing the best chicken.

1. Reach for the Back

Go for a chicken that's in the back of the case. Because the store typically loads the case from behind, you can bet the chickens in the front will have been sitting there the longest.

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