Frankie Muniz Suffers Another Mini-Stroke


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Everyone's favorite child star's health problems are continuing. Frankie Muniz, who is only 27-years-old, recently suffered his second mini-stroke. It is a terrible thing to see when young stars, and young people in general are forced to endure such traumatic health problems.

Frankie Muniz, as most people remember played the titular character in the popular sitcom Malcolm In The Middle. The young star has suffered a min-stroke for the second time, and unfortunately as it often happens for child stars, Muniz has already been out of the spotlight for a number of years now.

The first time that Frankie Muniz had such a traumatic episode was almost a year ago in December of 2012, and he was sent to the hospital on both occasions.

Since his time as a child actor when he also appeared in several films including Agent Cody Banks, Big Fat Liar, and more, he has moved on to music. He is currently the drummer for the band Kingsfoil, and lives in his hometown of Phoenix, Arizona.

Frankie Muniz turns 28 on December 5th, and takes this second mini-stroke as a sign for him to slow down, saying that he does not take enough time for himself. Often these types of events can be good for people, in order to get them to slow down, and not take the time that they have for granted.

Speaking on the situation, he said "My biggest problem is I always want to be working, going non-stop. So it's a wakeup call to take a little time and relax a bit."

After the first mini-stroke, he half joked, when saying that he was getting old, and needed to take care of his body. It has been a scary situation for the young Muniz, and he is hoping that this will be the last one. He could not speak normal words, and his fiancee looked at him at the time as if he were speaking a foreign language.

Frankie Muniz blames the event on his hard work ethic, and unwillingness to slow down, and he even prides himself on the fact that he lives a healthy lifestyle without using any drugs or alcohol.

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