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Novel Risk Factors for CVD

Depression, night shift may increase cardiovascular risk

Depression is an independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease.

This was stressed  by Dr. Nasser Ghaemi, a professor at the Department of Psychiatry, Tufts University School of Medicine during the recent 2nd Experts’ Convergence for Health Outcomes (ECHO) Summit in Manila. 770 more words



Welcome to our very first blog post! I thought I would write about something that is one of our top FAQs. I hope it is helpful! 422 more words

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Do you think "FAT SHAMING" is an issue?

https://sydneyhealthlaw.com/2016/07/10/how-should-we-talk-about-weight/How should we talk about weight?

I came across an article “How Should We Talk About Weight?” and was taken back a little. I do think that weight issues are heavily stressed in the media across the world, and I do see a lot of “Fat Shaming” on social media sites, but I see it in a very small percentage of people that are using social media. 416 more words


On slow

Sometimes you have to put life on slow and enjoy; absolutely savor each moment. I am in that place right now.  Dempsey , my twelve year old Shih Tzu has been diagnosed with endocardiosis  (Chronic valve disease) and the prognosis is a predisposition for congestive heart failure.  157 more words

Save Our Sleep

Considering that we spend 1/3 of our lives asleep, we give it very little thought. The importance of sleep is regularly overlooked from day to day and not given the same attention as, for example, our diet and exercise plans. 1,384 more words

Day 1: The Idea

After wearing two different sets of hear rate monitors within the past 2 months, I have come to realize how inefficient the devices seem.


First blog post

This is exciting,
Let me know below if you have had to wear a Loop monitor or any other type of HR detecting device when undergoing check ups with a cardiologist. 22 more words