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  1. Laura
    February 13, 2017

    My Grandpa swears by ASPIRIN and he’s taken one a day ever since I can remember. I think educating school-aged children on the signs of a heart attack and what they can do in an emergency situation is also a great way to spread the word on heart health.

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  2. Gingermommy
    February 13, 2017

    I actually bought some Aspirin after seeing all the ads about it. I figured best to be safe. Now I always have it in my purse

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  3. The Flying Couponer
    February 13, 2017

    I am so glad that you are raising awareness about heart attacks. I heard that Aspirin can help a lot.

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  4. Doris Calvert
    February 13, 2017

    I was just diagnosed with A Fib and it has the same symptoms but you can feel your heart racing, they also told me to take 4 81mg Asprin when we called the ambulance, the whole thing is scary.

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  5. Sandy
    February 13, 2017

    This is great advice. In fact, Aspirin is so good at getting this advice out to people that my father swears by this advice. Problem is, he’s on blood thinners so should not mix these pills together with Aspirin. Do you think we can convince him of that? No way! We had to take his Aspirin away from him. He was not happy. I keep Aspirin on hand at all times myself. Love the stats! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Elizabeth Matthiesen
    February 13, 2017

    I read about a year ago about the benefits of Aspirin if you think you might be having a heart attack. I went straight out and bought chewable ASPIRIN 81mg, just to be on the safe side. :-) It’s so easy to miss the signs or not recognise what they might mean. I also heard that a feeling of indigestion could be a sign too.

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  7. Olivia
    February 14, 2017

    This is great advice! I think I need to pack a little travel case in my purse, just in case.

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  8. Maya Fitzpatrick
    February 16, 2017

    I had no idea that this could help with a heart attack. That’s good to know! My grandfather passed away from one, so this is a very important personally. Thanks for making people aware of how to recognize it and what to do when they see it happening.

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  9. Heather Lynne
    February 17, 2017

    It’s pretty scary to think of this happening to someone you love. :(

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  10. Pat Bacon
    February 18, 2017

    Excellent advice. As a woman we sometimes think it is just the men in our lives that are susceptible to heart attacks, but women have equal, and sometimes greater risks of a coronary event. Am getting Aspirin 81mg for my purse today. BTW, congrats on being a Bayer brand ambassador ….they have chosen wisely.

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