Posts tagged "Life Line Screening"

Quitting Sugary Snacks: It's Not Just a Matter of Strong Will

Quitting Sugary Snacks: It's Not Just a Matter of Strong Will
I read a great post on Chicago Now yesterday morning entitled “Indulging in common sense when it comes to healthy eating…” As one who tries to eat healthily – I was enjoying a bowl of whole grain cereal topped with strawberries, blueberries, and almond milk, sipping a glass of pomegranate kefir while reading Arkie Lad‘s... Read more »

One Celebrity (and 1,099 others) Killed by Heart Attack Yesterday

One Celebrity (and 1,099 others) Killed by Heart Attack Yesterday
Like nearly everyone else, I was surprised to hear that Davy Jones died of a heart attack yesterday at the age of 66. My mind instantly returned to childhood days happily watching reruns of The Monkees and the occasional Marsha-Brady-has-a-crush-on-Davy-Jones episode that was recreated in the Brady Bunch movie 25 years later.  I hadn’t paid... Read more »

Heart Month Ends, Personal Campaign Continues

Heart Month Ends, Personal Campaign Continues
14 Hours and 14 Aspirin Part Five (continued from part four) While the official campaign for American Heart Month may be drawing to an end, my personal campaign has but one expiration date – my own. I can’t look at the calendar and conveniently say “Thank God I won’t have to deal with this unpleasant... Read more »
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Heart Month: A Tale of 14 Hours and 14 Aspirin Part Three

Heart Month: A Tale of 14 Hours and 14 Aspirin Part Three
To see the key for the above illustration, click here.  If you missed parts one and two of this story, I’ll summarize them for you in a few quick sentences: I didn’t believe a fit 43 year-old cyclist could suffer a heart attack (despite a strong family history of heart disease).  I ignored two of... Read more »