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Thoughts on Charles Krauthammer and Death

I have long enjoyed the commentary of Charles Krauthammer. A former Democrat, he grew up, and became one of America’s most influential conservative commentators, this despite a life of tragedy– and accomplishment.  1,347 more words


It's all about the base - and coming full circle

WESTBOROUGH, MA April 7, 2018 The myths of mental illness come up over and over when criminal justice reform is discussed. Here in Massachusetts a significant update of the Criminal Justice laws has just been passed and await Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker’s signature. 627 more words
Human Behavior

Cycling and AF Blog

I’d like to recommend that readers of this blog take some time to check out the Cycling and AF Blog , if you haven’t already done so. 161 more words

Bariatric Surgery Lowers the Risk of Atrial Fibrillation

Bariatric Surgery Lowers the Risk of Atrial Fibrillation

I’m not sure how much this applies to endurance athletes, but I found this interesting. As, I think, everyday knows, obesity increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, and that includes atrial fibrillation. 318 more words

Ending a Thanksgiving Month

This month has been hard, harder than usual. So another fitting title came to mind, Grateful This Month is Over. However, the word thanksgiving makes me smile, so it quickly became my preference. 1,140 more words


Study: Marijuana Use Associated With Decreased In-Hospital Mortality In Heart Failure Patients

Bergenfield, NJ: Heart failure patients with a history of cannabis use possess reduced odds of in-hospital mortality compared to similarly matched controls, according to data… 193 more words