We will often, especially on a Friday or a Saturday night, have someone come into the emergency department who’s 28 or 29 years old, who’s done a line of cocaine, who’s hot and sweaty with a very fast heartbeat and can go on and have a heart attack. So that’s not at all uncommon.
Just the other day, I had a 35-year-old come in with a heart that instead of beating like that was beating like that because she’d been using methamphetamine for a year. And the methamphetamine or ice had terribly badly affected her heart muscle. And in fact, she may not recover.