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Mila Kunis Helps Save Man Suffering Seizure

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Celebrities are rushing to the aide of suffering civilians right and left these days. Ryan Gosling kicked off the trend by pulling a woman out of the path of a speeding taxi, then Patrick Dempsey pried a teenager from a wrecked car, and now, Mila Kunis has saved a man's life who was working at her house. According to TMZ, the 50-year-old man suffered a violent seizure while inside Kunis' L.A. home. As he coughed up vomit and blood, the 28-year-old actress turned his head to the side so he wouldn't choke. She then put the man's wallet in his mouth so he wouldn't swallow his tongue.

Kunis instructed her friend to call 9-1-1, and when paramedics arrived she allegedly offered to ride with the man to the hospital. She was told it wasn't necessary.

The man has since made a full recovery.