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(via thelovelybones) This is for my precious heart. No heart transplant for me. I want to spend my life with the one I was born by Lauren Posted Thu 16 Jul 2009 12:00am (via thelovelybones) This is for my precious heart. No heart transplant for me. I want to spend my life with the one I was born with.  Scar tissue and all. Read on »
LifeBridge Health Offers Heart and LifeStyle Screenings for Men and Women by Elizabeth Leis Patient Expert Posted Wed 31 Aug 2011 6:00am Why is it important for you to get a heart and lifestyle screening? According to Terrie Dashiell MS, RN-CCP, Manager, Community Health Education, LifeBridge Health, “Prevention, early detection and intervention keep us healthy.  The earlier we can detect an illness, the better our outcome will be.” One such illness these screenings can detect is ... Read on »
Open Your Soul, Heart and Mind: Be an Artist of Life by Nicole M. Physical TherapistHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:31pm Open up your soul, your mind and your heart to allowing and recieving by living in a constant state of gratitude. I love this quote: " The most invisible creators I know of are those artists whose medium is life itself. The ones who express the inexpressible---without brush, hammer, clay or guitar. They neither paint nor sculpt--their medi ... Read on »
“His” Heart, My Life, My Story by Bob Aronson Patient Expert Posted Fri 02 Nov 2012 6:25am I wrote this account of my life since receiving a heart transplant in hopes that others will benefit from my experiences.  Most of you who will have transplants will have a far easier time of it than I did.  You must remember that I was 68 years old when I had mine and that alone can make a huge difference in recovery time and other factors as ... Read on »
Live a Heart Healthy Life for Longevity and Good Health by DrEliaz Posted Thu 31 Mar 2011 8:42pm According to the CDC, a coronary event occurs in the United States every 25 seconds. This sobering statistic is indicative of the unhealthy state of American hearts, both for men and women. Becoming aware of what you can do to maintain and promote a healthy cardiovascular system is the first step to proactively caring for your heart health. Th ... Read on »
Following Heart-Healthy Behaviors May Lengthen Your Life by HealthFinder Posted Sat 17 Mar 2012 1:00pm healthnewslink Study found those who stuck by all seven guidelines lived longer than those who didn't. SATU ... Read on »
4 Hour Old Infant Given Life and Heart by Doctors at Wockhardt Hospitals by Sumit Posted Mon 12 Jan 2009 11:49pm  New-born survives life through a beating heart surgery~Wockhardt Hospitals intervenes in the golden hour~ The Pediatric Cardiac team at Wockhardt Hospitals, Mumbai performed yet another life saving exemplary surgery on a 4 hour old baby giving an elixir of life to the new born. Pediatric Cardiac Consultants at Wockhardt Hospital have succ ... Read on »
The Gift of Life-Have a Heart by Dr. Kevin Posted Thu 20 Oct 2011 3:26am Newly Trained Donate Life Ambassadors Last Saturday I drove to Modesto to be trained as a Donate Life Ambassador for the California Transplant Donor Network (CTDN). As such, I have the opportunity to provide community outreach to DMV's , High Schools and Medical Facilities to encourage people to choose to be a donor when they get ... Read on »
Make Room for Love: Heart, life and Home by EcoKind Design Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 08 May 2010 2:30pm Some of us are built to partner.  We are born this way and being partnered comes naturally and normally to us. Certainly, we can live happy, fulfilling lives as a single person.  Life is just that much better when we are partnered. I am one of those people.  Being partnered feels normal to me, like its the way my life is supposed to be, l ... Read on »
Larry King's Heart Attack Saved His Life by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:12pm For ten years, I told Larry King that he was a walking time bomb and should change his lifestyle before it was too late. At that time he was a radio broadcaster who smoked to stay alert while he worked day and night, and of course he ate a tremendous amounts of junk food. His blood pressure was 150/100 and his total cholesterol was 280. He suff ... Read on »