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Serene Branson Describes 'Complex Migraine' She Suffered On-Air at Grammys (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Feb 18th 2011 12:45PM
Serene Branson Recalls On-Air Heatlh Scare at GrammysSerene Branson, the reporter who slurred her speech during a live report from the Grammy Awards last Sunday, spoke out on the scary incident on 'The Early Show' (weekdays, 7AM ET on CBS).

"I knew something wasn't right as soon as I opened my mouth. I hadn't been feeling well a little bit before the live shot. I had a headache. My vision was very blurry," said Branson. "I could think of the words, but ... they were not coming out properly."

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Reporter Serene Branson Suffered 'Migraine Aura,' Not a Stroke

by Chris Harnick, posted Feb 18th 2011 10:45AM
Serene Branson Suffered 'Migraine Aura,' Not a StrokeSerene Branson, the CBS reporter who flubbed her lines on Grammy night, did not suffer a stroke but rather a migraine aura.

Doctors had previously diagnosed Branson with a complex migraine, but according to a report in the Los Angeles Times, Branson suffered a migraine aura. Symptoms for a migraine aura include visual, language and sensory problems.

Branson said she suffered from blurred vision and numbness and tingling in her face and hands, two key symptoms of migraine aura according to Dr. Andrew Charles, director of UCLA's headache research and treatment program.

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Did CBS Reporter Serene Branson Have a Stroke On-Air?

by Jean Bentley, posted Feb 14th 2011 11:45AM
Serene BransonA video of CBS journalist Serene Branson flubbing her words while reporting on last night's Grammy results has gone viral -- but not for the reason you might think.

The 17-second clip shows Branson completely unable to pronounce any of the words she's trying to say as she slurs her way through the incomprehensible report. The Telegraph reports that Branson was hospitalized out of concern she might've suffered a stroke on-air, while the New York Daily News reports that she was examined by EMTs and sent home.

UPDATE: CBS 2 posted a statement about Branson's condition, saying "Serene Branson was examined by paramedics on scene immediately after her broadcast. Her vital signs were normal. She was not hospitalized. As a precautionary measure, a colleague gave her a ride home and she says that she is feeling fine this morning."

According to Branson's biography on the CBS Los Angeles site, the Los Angeles native is a two-time Emmy nominee. Watch the video after the jump.

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