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Wires

I feel the weight of the battery pack digging into my neck,
as it hangs over my heart. 155 more words

Writing

Welcome Friends

Although this blog is nowhere near ready for launching properly, I have asked a few friends to subscribe and give me some feedback.

Thank you so much to those who do.   137 more words

Diet

Baby #3: 13 Week Update!!

We are 13 Weeks Pregnant!

What Kind of Fruit Are You?: Peach!

Due Date: Our Due Date changed up 3 days, so NOW it’s March 20th, 2014… 428 more words

Family

a major heart condition affecting women

Blogging 101 has introduced me to Reposting and Pressing pieces from other blogs. Here’s one on heart conditions that caught my eye because of the reference to tachycardia and my previous experience with SVT… 6 more words

Body

An Update About Australia

Today was the day I was supposed to leave New York for Moscow. But things changed.

My plans to move to Australia have been pushed back a bit. 202 more words

PhluphfieThinks

An Hour of Moderate Exercise A Day May Decrease Heart Failure Risk

Exercising each day can help keep the doctor away.

In a new study reported in the American Heart Association journal Circulation: Heart Failure, researchers say more than an hour of moderate or half an hour of vigorous exercise per day may lower your risk of heart failure by 46 percent. 449 more words

News And Articles

Tony reblogged this on One Regular Guy Writing about Food, Exercise and Living Longer and commented:

“You do not need to run a marathon to gain the benefits of physical activity — even quite low levels of activity can give you positive effects,” said Kasper Andersen, M.D., Ph.D., study co-author and researcher at the Uppsala University in Uppsala, Sweden. “Physical activity lowers many heart disease risk factors, which in turn lowers the risk of developing heart failure as well as other heart diseases.”

Kissing Bugs Spreading Parasite in Texas Dogs

Thursday, Sep 11, 2014 • Updated at 10:32 PM CDT

A disease that has infected millions of people in Mexico, Central America and South America is now showing up in greater numbers than had been previously reported in Texas; not in people, but in dogs. 337 more words

Education