Matt McInnes was 38 years old when he suffered a widowmaker heart attack two years ago. He was treated by the teams at Saint Luke's South Hospital and Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute, where doctors performed life-saving surgeries to get him back to health.

Since then, McInnes launched a clothing line called OWNKC to give back to health care workers and the American Heart Association.

FOX4 talked to McInnes about his generous efforts to give back and how you're never too young to have a heart attack.

Watch the full interview below.

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