CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All posts by Dr. Dulaney

Blogpost: We Physicians need to Teach more and Tell Less

What is the role of a physician? We undergo the most extensive training in the sciences of the human body and are in training a minimum of seven years after college, with some fellowships extending that by another four years. We are taught to diagnose, educate, and treat the sick. However, if we know the […]
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The Survey Says………Get Back in the Kitchen

I recently posted a question on my general Facebook page that asked why people did not like to cook.  I was looking to see if anything in particular was hindering people from the joys of cooking plant based meals.  The most popular responses were: They do not enjoy cooking for one, or separate meals, for […]
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Blogpost: In Search of the Perfect Burger

Most people that have recently started their transition to plant based nutrition are looking for a “good” veggie burger.  You know, the one that tastes like a “real” hamburger. What do you associate with the perfect burger?  McDonalds BigMac? The Whopper? Backyard BBQ? Or a giant burger topped with bacon and cheese and onion rings and […]
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Blogpost: A Letter to Visitors in Your Home

Dear friends and relatives coming to visit, We are anxiously awaiting your arrival and hope spend the days showing you are favorite places and catching up on what is new.  It seems as though the world is becoming a more unhealthy place.  Our oceans are suffering from algae blooms and plastics.  Our fish and wildlife […]
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Blogpost: Is Bariatric Surgery as good for Patients as Hospitals?

The first hospitals were Almshouses. They were run predominately by Catholic nuns. No one was turned away, and caring for the sick and the needy was the only focus. Hundreds of years later, and mainly in the last forty years, insurance companies came on the scene and a game began that turned hospitals into corporate, […]
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Podcast 175- There is Always Hope to be a Healthier You

Welcome, and thank you for listening. My Grandmother used to say, “If wishes were horses, then beggars would ride”. Can you hear the Irish self determination in that? My Italian Grandmother would say, “If everyone hung their dirty laundry out, you would want to bring your own back in”. These were two of the most […]
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