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Mila Kunis To The Rescue! Saves A Man's Life!!!

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Well if she wanted to spread it around town she's available for a super hero role, she did it!!

Mila Kunis saved the day when a 50-year-old man apparently began having a seizure at her home Saturday!!

And according to reports, it was one of the scarier kind of seizures: choking, coughing up blood, biting his tongue… eek!

Mila rushed to grab the man's head after instructing her friend to call 911. Thinking fast, she put his wallet in his mouth so he'd stop biting his tongue.

But she didn't stop there! Once the paramedics arrived, she requested to go with him in the ambulance, but they told her nahh it wasn't necessary.

Fortunately, he made a full recovery after the doctors got a hold of him at the hospital.

Way to go, Mila!!! Just another reason you're sooo ah-mayzing!!!

[Image via Daniel Tanner/WENN.]

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8 comments to “Mila Kunis To The Rescue! Saves A Man's Life!!!”

  1. Heather says – reply to this


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    I have epilepsy and the world needs to know that this is NOT what you should do if someone has a seizure. I know it was well-intentioned and everything turned out fine, but sticking something in a seizing person's mouth is dangerous. Proper procedure for seizures can be found here:

    I feel pretty vulnerable knowing that I could be out in the world and have this happen and have no one knowledgable around. Poor "journalism" like this certainly doesn't help.



  2. 2

    I feel the need to have an FYI moment here because while she is being declared a "hero", her actions could have killed him in reality. Sticking something in their mouth is an old wives tale. A lot of epileptics will throw up so blocking their airway will make them choke on it and die - you are supposed to turn them on their side.



  3. 3

    One should not ever put anything in someones mouth when they are having a seizure. Secondly, you don't "cough up blood' when you are having a seizure. As a person might bite their tongue during a seizure, blood could seep out of their mouth after the seizure. You place the person on the ground on their side and step away from them. Let the seizure continue without any interference from you. Seizures are scary, so if you see one happening, let someone who knows what they are doing take care of the seizing person. Mila was trying to be brave but could have actually caused harm. She in no way 'saved his life.'

  4. Sasha says – reply to this


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    Seizures are scary to witness, but as a nurse I feel as if I have to say what the others have said: NEVER put something in someones mouth while they are seizing. NEVER. You can cause them to choke. She tried her best, and did what a future "action hero role" would have done, however, this could have gone horrible. Lay the person on the ground, on their left side, don't touch them, monitor the length of the seizure and be able to report as much information as possible to paramedics when they arrive. PLEASE add this to the article so people know this is NOT what you are supposed to do…repeating this information as is in the article will make other "heros" perform actions which can in fact cost someone their life. I don't want to take away from her actions (she did do the best she can and seemed from the report to stay calm which is important) BUT people have to know how to really handle these situations.

  5. Dee says – reply to this


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    Everyone here is right. I'm an ER nurse and putting something in someone's mouth during a seizure is old wives tale. Please rewrite your article…this is a prime example of what not to do. He would be just fine without her 'life saving' intervention.



  6. 6

    I understand that you guys want to spread the word on what not to do but… i don't think anyone could choke on a wallet. it's too big.

  7. Victoria says – reply to this


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    Literally was just in a first aid course yesterday - you NEVER put anything in a person's mouth when they are having a seizure. I hope no one read this and attempts to do the same. Yikes.



  8. 8

    Re: raccoon baby – They won't choke on what you put in their mouth, they choke on their vomit. If you put a big wallet in someone's mouth, the vomit won't make its way out and they will choke or drown. Thank you, reading apprehension.