CARDIOLOGY, PRIMARY CARE AND NUTRITION

All Posts Tagged: preventative medicine

Blogpost: Does Your Doctor Know You:

Joe was becoming more tired. Doing a little yard work would require an afternoon nap. It’s ok he thought, after all, he is getting up there. One day trying to pull a heavy bag of mulch, he developed a little pressure in his chest that went away quickly. He though he felt the same thing […]
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Podcast: Calcium in All the Wrong Places?

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Most people thinking of switching to a plant based diet worry about getting “enough of “ and in particular “enough calcium”.  Most are not exactly sure about all the things calcium is used for, but most associate calcium with bone health.  Thank you dairy association.  However, calcium is vital […]
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Podcast: You Can’t Out Run Your Nutrition

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.   I would like to wish Coach Jeff Galloway a speedy recovery from his recent cardiac event, and I hope he gets back running/walking soon.   As many of you know, he is a world famous marathon runner and coach who developed the run/walk/run method of marathon training.  Despite running a […]
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Podcast: Protecting your Health

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  Protecting the aging heart is something all cardiologists should think about. In fact, we all should think about that as well as protecting the aging immune system, and the aging skeletal system.  Protecting against what? The problem is we don’t protect our bodies, we wait until they break and […]
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Blogpost: Breast Cancer Beware!

It is October which means Halloween, Fall, and Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The fall colors are shades of orange, yellow, and red. But we associate breast cancer awareness with pink. Go Pink, the marketers say. Run, walk, and donate for a cure. The awareness is all centered around early detection. It seems logical that if […]
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Blogpost: The Time For You Prevent Heart Disease is Now

A recent study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology by Gidding SS, et al and Zhang Y, et al. showed that elevated BP and LDL cholesterol in young adults increased the risk for cardiovascular events later in life. How much later? The study followed people for an average of 17 years […]
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