Dr Oz: Aspirin Dispenser Giveaway | Rosie O'Donnell's Heart Attack

Dr Oz: Heart Attack

Today on Dr Oz Rosie O'Donnell did an exclusive interview about her heart attack, the "WIDOW MAKER."

At the end of the segment Rosie shared with Dr Oz little gifts that were sent to her from loved ones and one of them the At Heart Emergency Aspirin Dispenser. This little gadget could save your life if you are or a loved one could be having a heart attack.

Go to at 3pm EST on October 26th 2012 and enter for your chance to win 1 of 5,000 At Heart Emergency Aspirin Dispensers. If you miss the Aspirin dispenser giveaway you can buy At Heart Emergency Aspirin Tablet Dispenser under $4.

Plus Dr Oz has a printable checklist of the warning signs of a heart attack for women, to carry in your wallet. Dr Oz's Warning Signs Of A Heart Attack In Women Printable Checklist. The warning signs for a heart attack are different for men and women. Print it off and keep it in your wallet it just may save your life.

Dr Oz: Heart Attack Warning Signs In Women

Dr Oz says there are 5 warning signs of a heart attack that are different for women than they are for men, although chest pain can be a symptom of a heart attack for a woman, often the signs can be more subtle.

She told Dr Oz about how she ignored these weird pains, the shortness of breath, the dizziness, the nausea, pain in both arms and the heaviness under her right breast.

  • Back, jaw, lower chest, or upper belly pain or discomfort
  • Nausea & Indigestion
  • Vomiting
  • Shortness of breath
  • Unusual Fatigue
  • Dizziness
  • Lightheadedness

Rosie O'Donnell Wants Every Woman To Know The Warning Signs Of A Heart Attack: O’Donnell’s surprise heart attack provided Oz with what he calls “an obvious teachable moment.”

“And every woman from now on when they’re having these weird symptom that they heard about today, fatigue and dizziness as opposed to classic male symptoms, are not going to downplay their symptoms,” says Oz.

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