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February is Heart Month and I’ve been talking about various heart ailments, so now it’s time for some preventive care. How do you care for your heart? Did you know that 80% of cardiac disease is preventable through lifestyle, nutrition and education? You can mitigate a lot of risk simply by eating right, exercising and…

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  Atrial fibrillation (AFib) is an irregular heartbeat that puts the patient at higher risk for stroke, heart failure and other cardiac conditions. When a heart is in AFib, the upper chambers of the heart are not beating in synch with the lower chambers, possibly causing weakness, shortness of breath and heart palpitations. AFib is not…

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If you know me or my work, you probably know that I’m a proud WomenHeart Champion Community Educator. I received my training at the Mayo Clinic in 2018 to go into the community and educate. What is WomenHeart? WomenHeart is the National Coalition for Women with Heart Disease and the leading voice of the 48 million…

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Someone far wiser than I once said that we teach people how to treat us. No one can make you feel inferior without your consent. That last part was a quote from Eleanor Roosevelt. So how are you teaching people to treat you? Do you have boundaries? Have you set healthy boundaries and show people…

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Veganism is a commitment, I won’t deny that. It’s a completely different way to eat from the way most of us were raised. But I can tell you from personal experience that it isn’t as bad as you’d imagine it to be. Yes, you’ll have to give up cheese and ice cream and meat but…

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