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Author Topic: Wilbon's Wake-Up Call  (Read 9404 times)

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Offline frankfromatlanta

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Wilbon's Wake-Up Call
« on: June 26, 2008, 12:41:59 pm »
A week before the Super Bowl, ESPN sportscaster Michael Wilbon’s hectic life took a dramatic turn. On January 20, 2008, coanchor of Pardon the Interruption (PTI)—the highest-rated cable sports program—flew to the game site, in Scottsdale, Arizona. Planning to press the flesh with NFL glitterati the next day, Wilbon met up with his wife, Sheryl, at their nearby second home and turned in for the night. But they wouldn’t sleep for long. “I woke up with this sharp pain in my arm,” recalls the 50-year-old. “I thought I had slept on it wrong.” He was also suffering from a case of indigestion—something he would later learn was a symptom of a heart attack.

http://www.realhealthmag.com/articles/2191_14658.shtml


 


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