Some of you may remember late last year I had to call 911 with heart attack symptoms. And I do believe I used the "Sorry to bother you but..." line. Turns out, I was not having a heart attack. But it is better to be safe than sorry. Or, well, you know.
It was a real wake up call for me, and I'm glad to see this campaign. Know the signs of a heart attack, as well as the risk factors for heart disease. It's important.