CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All posts by Dr. Dulaney

Blogpost: It’s a Beautiful Morning

Friday morning and the April daily walking challenge continues. We have had a great participation for those posting on Facebook, those being motivated by those posts, and those checking in with me. Feel free to comment on your walk on this page as well. Three-o and I started out great. One jump on the censor […]
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Blogpost: April Walk Challenge

I am so enjoying the participation of our membership in the wellness challenge. Some folks are not facebookers so I have decided to up my blog posts to share my experience. It was a beautiful start at 6:15 with Three-o. Temperatures in the low 60s. The wind from yesterday was gone. The dirt mound over […]
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Blogpost: Walking for Wellness

We are doing a walking challenge in the practice this month. Walking an hour a day at a vigorous pace is one of the best activities for a healthy life span. It is weight bearing so it promotes bone health. A vigorous gait improves mobility of the hip unlike riding a bike. The risks are […]
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Podcast: Who Are You?

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Who are you?  What story do you use to answer that question?  Perhaps your story fits who you are but not who you wish to be.  Today’s podcast is about changing the story to become more healthy.  Our story can help us accept our circumstances, but we often forget […]
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Podcast: Early Detection or Prevention

Welcome! and Thank you for listening. Telomeres are the end caps on DNA that protect it from unraveling.  They can be measure in white blood cells to determine their length.  The shorter they become, the more likely for the DNA to start to develop errors.  This leads to failure of the bodies organs and functions […]
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Podcast: Work Horse versus Race Horse

Welcome! and thank you for listening. Burro racers will tell you that a burro needs to feel safe in order to try something new.  He will not be lured into a bad situation as he sees it.  Horses are much more about pushing to the limits and need a variety of coaching to reach their […]
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Podcast: Reducing Cardiovascular Risk Factors

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Are we at the mercy of our genetics?  Should we just accept our fate as being genetically flawed is some way or another.  There is talk about plasticity of the brain or forming new circuits.  Body builders change their shape through specific workouts.  We can become runners after starting […]
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Podcast: Training to be a Grandparent

Welcome! and Thank you for listening. I had the pleasure of welcoming my second grandchild, Cecelia Joy, into the world last week.  It is a blessing getting to experience the world through the eyes of a child, and do be able to do it as a grandparent is even more special.  We have time and […]
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Podcast: Heart Disease and Optimism

Jami Dulaney MD Plant Based Running and Wellness Podcast Episode 464: Mental Training for Your Heart 3 minutes ago Welcome! and Thank you for listening.   As we approach Super Bowl Weekend, we will hear about how a  positive mental attitude and optimism affect high level athletics.  Why not me? Anything is possible if you believe.  […]
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