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When AFib Bites Back (Again)

On the morning of November 14, while driving to work, I placed two fingers on my carotid artery to take my morning pulse. It was something I had trained myself to do every day since being diagnosed with AFib, and before long it becomes second nature. 187 more words


AFib and Me: One Year Later

Today’s the day. It was exactly one year ago – a day that changed everything.


When the cardiologist walked into the room, it didn’t take long for him to diagnose. 488 more words

"Boston Marathon"

Wrestling with A-Fib

Atrial fibrillation (also referred to as  A-fib) is a common type of irregular heartbeat, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be scary. 250 more words

RACE RECAP: White Mountain Milers Half Marathon

Today was the fourth and final leg of the October Sunday Challenge. Today’s race was the White Mountain Milers Half Marathon up in the Mt. Washington Valley in northern New Hampshire. 217 more words


Broken Hearted

“I wish I was a kid again, because skinned knees are easier to fix then broken hearts.” – Unknown

I’m 39 years old and in less than a month I will undergo a relatively minor heart procedure to correct the Atrial Fibrillation (AFIB) 1,510 more words

Observations Of Life

Young, Healthy People Warned Not To Ignore Signs Of Atrial Fibrillation

BOSTON (CBS) – Heart problems are big problems for Americans, but if you think they only affect the elderly, think again. Younger and otherwise healthy people are having heart problems, too, even if they’re in great shape. 360 more words



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Casa de la Cultura Del 6 al 26 de Octubre
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