Daily Archives January 18, 2016

Heart Disease Is No Joke Don’t Treat It Like One

Questions to ask a cardiologist

It seems that every New Year, one of the top New Year’s resolutions is to exercise more, eat better, and become more healthy in general. Unfortunately, many of these resolutions slip away over the next few months and don’t become a permanent lifestyle. However, maybe we should be paying more attention to our good intentions and really turning them into the way we live. Preventative medicine can only go so far and if you’re not doing your part, you could be increasing your risk for heart disease, among other things. (Heart disease can be an expensive thing to have — it unfortunately doesn’t fall under the easier

How Getting Heart-Healthy Today Could Save Your Life Tomorrow

Virginia vascular

With all the controversy rising about quality healthcare and how we can best achieve equal healthcare for everyone, it seems that doctors and hospitals have been center stage for awhile. Yet, despite all the opinions and fighting, they go on doing their job: saving people’s lives at their nearest medical center. It’s important for all of us to be watching our health — it’s easy to put it on the back burner, in favor of working longer hours, spending time with family, etc. Eating out at fast food joints can be a quick and cheap option for families on the go and exercise is often an afterthought. However, starting good healthy practices now can save you and your loved ones from a heart at

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