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Table 4 Appendix 1. Following are questions 1–8 from administered survey.

From: Utilizing video on myocardial infarction as a health educational intervention in patient waiting areas of the developing world: A study at the emergency department of a major tertiary care hospital in India

1. People who smoke cigarettes have a GREATER chance of having a heart attack.
  _____True
  _____False
  _____I am not sure
2. People who exercise DECREASE their chances of having a heart attack.
  _____True
  _____False
  _____I am not sure
3. Smoking DOES NOT affect your chances of having a heart attack.
  _____True
  _____False
  _____I am not sure
4. ALL people have the SAME symptoms of a heart attack.
  _____True
  _____False
  _____I am not sure
5. Chewing an aspirin as soon as you have signs of a heart attack is a GOOD thing.
  _____True
  _____False
  _____I am not sure
6. When you have a heart attack, it DOES NOT matter WHEN you go to the hospital.
  _____True
  _____False
  _____I am not sure
7. You can control your chances of having a heart attack by eating well.
  _____True
  _____False
  _____I am not sure