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Eating right after you turn 50, bah humbug, but worth reading

One of the things that upsets me most about the eating changes I’ve had to make since my angioplasty in 2012 is that I’m now on what I feel is an old man’s diet. 196 more words

No-salt

No salt, no fat, no sugar Journal is taking off, thank you all

When I started this blog 16 months ago, I was at one of the lowest points ever in my life. I had just survived a near brush with death, having had… 339 more words

No-salt

Primary Prevention

My recent schedule has regrettably made it a bit tricky to write over the past couple of months. After getting home from a long day, seeing friends or going to the gym has usually trumped making a post. 443 more words

Random Thoughts

Same-Day Discharge: The ACEF Score

Close to 1 million percutaneous coronary interventions (PCIs) are performed in the United States (US) annually, with health-care costs approaching $10 billion. With an overall aging population, there are… 306 more words

Stented Growth

In 2009, I was mowing the yard when my arms began to ache with an unusual kind of ache. Although the ache went away after I came in and rested, I decided I needed to have it checked out, and fortunately I had good insurance and didn’t hesitate to see my physician who referred me to a cardiologist. 151 more words

Do you fear Angioplasty?

Makewell Meditour | This blog deals with tackling fears associated with Angioplasty.

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Makewell Meditour

Health Update

I’ve had a bit of a break from writing. Hubby had an angioplasty done. He’s still in a bit of pain as the swelling in his lower leg goes down, but we see it going down, and that’s good. 1,223 more words

Taking Care Of Oneself