You're in a store or restaurant and you see a man suddenly clutch his chest, as he suffers a heart attack. Robert Rickman tells what to do next...
You open up your wallet, pull out your health insurance card, pull-off three aspirin that are taped to the card, and treat the victim.
Dr. Larry Witanowski, a pulmonologist, says, "...a good dose of aspirin, will prevent the clot in the coronary artery from getting worse."
So all you need is aspirin, tape, and a health insurance card, or any card for that matter. You might be able to save somebody's life some day...and that somebody...might be you. Robert Rickman, WGNS news.