CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All posts by Dr. Dulaney

Blogpost: Cookbook Medicne versus Medicine

The ER physician phoned me and said; “The hospital is going to get dinged because I did not follow protocol. At the time, I was with the patient in the CT scanner completing his study to evaluate him for the cause of his face and hand numbness. She was referring to “the stroke alert” protocol. […]
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Podcast: There are So Many Things You Can Do

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  We are learning more everyday about the role of microbes in health and wellness.  We continue to learn more about metabolism in health and in illness.  Yet somehow, it never gets past the journals.  It never gets implemented or promoted in peoples lives.  Not all published research is accurate, […]
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Blogpost: A Celebration of Health

I had the honor of kicking off the SW Florida Vegfest this past Sunday with a talk on extending health span and life span through plant based nutrition. It was a beautiful sunny day in Florida with temperatures reaching the mid eighties. There were about 20,000 people visiting Riverside Park in Bonita springs which was […]
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Blogpost: Pick Yourself Up and Start Again

Sometimes you slip on the ice. Sometimes you fall in the mud. Sometimes you slip up in the breakroom or kitchen. Sometimes you get the flu. You never just lay there on the ice or in the mud. You assess the damage, get up, and start again. That is life. Never a straight path to […]
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Podcast Episode 199-No Thrill in the Hills

Welcome! and thank you for listening.  Sorry for the lack of a podcast last week.  It has been complicated.  We lost a member of our canine family that was near and dear to our hearts.  I flew to Atlanta to be with Addie after her best friend Kimba passed.   This episode is a short […]
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Blogpost: You Have Got to Have Heart

It is heart month. Headquarters of our soul. At least I would like to think so given I am a cardiologist. The heart is probably the strongest muscle in our body. It never gets a time out. It responds to our every emotion as well as every movement. We take it for granted by stressing […]
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Blogpost: Wondering About Bread

I was driving the other day and an Arnold Bread Truck went by me as I was at a red light. The truck was wrapped in a picture of their famous potato bread. I remembered the taste instantly. Soft, but a little heavy, sweet and more dense than traditional white bread. I used to buy […]
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Podcast: An Interview with Ocean Robbins: 31-Day Food Revolution

Welcome! and thank you for listening.  Today, I am honored to have Ocean Robbins as my guest.  He is the CEO of The Food Revolution Network at foodrevolution.org If you have not listened to these, I reccommend them.  He and his father interview many inspirational and knowledgable leaders in the healthy food, healthy world arena.   Today […]
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Blogpost: Who or What Are You Going to Blame this Week?

Blaming is like worrying. It is really easy to do and rarely fixes the problem. However, both are good at causing a distraction. My husband is not supportive. My wife is not supportive. My coworkers are not supportive. My kids are not supportive. My workplace is not supportive. I have too much work. I am […]
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