Frankie Muniz 'still trying to make sense' of his mini-stroke

Frankie Muniz, 27, isn't sure why he suffered a mini-stroke last Friday, but he knows one thing: It's good to be alive. "I'm still trying to make sense of it," the "Malcolm in the Middle" actor-turned-drummer told "Good Morning America" on Wednesday, "but happy that I'm alive." The incident -- caused by lapses in blood flow to the brain -- occurred after a morning workout in his Phoenix hometown, while he was riding on his motorcycle over to his fiancee's home, he told People on Tuesday. Vision in his right eye began to blur and things went downhill from there. By the time he'd arrived at his destination, his hands were numb, he was dizzy and unbalanced, and he felt like he was being "stabbed in the head," he said. Full story: Frankie Muniz 'still trying to make sense' of his mini-stroke
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