ROSIE O'DONNELL SAYS HEART ATTACK SAVED HER LIFE
NEW YORK (AP) -- Rosie O'Donnell says her heart attack saved her life. She tells People magazine that she comforted herself with burgers, cheesecake and candy when her now-wife Michelle Rounds was having serious health problems. She reached her highest weight ever: 234 pounds. Weeks later, she says her arms started aching and her chest hurt, so she went to the doctor who told her she'd had a heart attack. He put in a stent to help her blood flow. O'Donnell says she got rid of her junk food and has now lost 12 pounds. She says it took a heart attack for her to learn to take care of herself.