Just this month, the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Campaign celebrated it’s 10th Anniversary. Ever since the campaign started, I’ve been ever so aware of my own risk – not only as a woman, but as a woman who has a family history of heart disease. Heart disease is still the number one killer of women – very scary. Last year, I had a friend lose her mother very unexpectedly to this very silent killer in women and it made it all too real.
Recently, I had the chance to head over to Duane Reade to pick up some of the Critical Care Aspirin from UrgentRX
Aspirin can help improve your chances of surviving a heart attack – and having this fast-acting aspirin packet could help save a life – mine or someone I know. These handy little packets of powdered aspirin are perfect for an immediate and critical situation. Because it is in powder form, you do not need to take water which saves time. Best of all, these thin packets can fit right into a wallet or pocket.
The packets are also child-proof, which is really important to me. You have to fold them on the dotted line and tear at the arrow. I can do this easily, but I know my three year old would not be able to figure it out at all.
I picked up several of the UrgentRx Critical Care Aspirin packets while shopping at Duane Reade.
Once I saw how easy these packets were to store and take, I wanted to have some on hand for myself and my husband. I also thought of some of the other people in my life who might benefit and picked up a few extra for them as well. I can suggest these people keep one in their wallet, one in the car and one at home.
In addition to the Critical Care Aspirin, I picked up a few of the Head Ache Relief and Upset Stomach Relief. Both of those things happen to me from time to time – especially with three kids. In addition those I mentioned, UrgentRx also makes packets for Allergy Attack Relief, Heart Burn Relief, and Ache and Pain Relief.
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