Heart attacks: Yes, it can happen to you

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  • At Heart posted at 9:00 am on Sat, Sep 14, 2013.

    At Heart Posts: 2

    People should be prepared just in case heart attack symptoms happen. In a heart attack, seconds count. That’s why at the first onset of heart attack symptoms, the American Heart Association recommends calling 911 and chewing aspirin. When that aspirin is readily available via the At Heart® emergency aspirin dispenser, a life could be saved. Most of the heart attacks occur when someone is away from home, and most heart attack deaths occur before the patient gets to the hospital. Keeping an At Heart® emergency aspirin dispenser on your key ring can protect you and your loved ones. At Heart is available only online at www.At-Heart.com, or on Amazon.com.

     

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