Today is my birthday, I am sixty-nine years of age.
Nitrostat (Nitroglycerin) is a coronary vasodilator, if you put it under your tongue at the onset of a heart attack, it might save your life. So, why oh why, would Pfizer, Inc. manufacture it in such a miniscule size that old, shaky fingers could easily drop it, and then old, blurry eyes might not be able to find it? This issue is as serious as a heart attack.
Pfizer is one of the largest global pharmaceutical corporations. Who is Pfizer? Why did they make this pill so dysfunctionally tiny?
I remember last year, waking up on the floor in front of my refrigerator with a bottle of Nitrostat spilled on the floor beside me. Did it save my life, or just spill on the floor? I have no idea, I was consumed by having a heart attack.
Caption: Nitrostat Is Sized For Lilliputians, by Annmarie Throckmorton 2018.