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Mellanie H. Patient Expert

Decatur, Texas
Mellanie True Hills is CEO of StopAfib.org (). As an atrial fibrillation patient, she lived in fear and knows what it’s like to suffer with afib. You can read her story at . Following her atrial fibrillation surgery in 2005, her mission became to help others find their own... Full Bio
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Do you need help or emotional support in living with or stopping your atrial fibrillation?

If so, check out these valuable resources: The new Goals Tracker at MyAFibExperience.org, where you will find downloadable PDFs to help you...

Join Atrial Fibrillation Experts from Cleveland Clinic on May 29 to Get Your Afib Questions Answered

Irregular or abnormal heart beats, called arrhythmias, occur when there are abnormal electrical impulses in your heart, causing your heart to beat...

Atrial Fibrillation Patients Get $100 Discount on AfibAlert Heart Monitor — Limited Time Only

Get a special discount on the FDA-approved AfibAlert® heart monitor for detecting atrial fibrillation. Lohman Technologies is making this special...

EP Lab Digest Publishes About 2015 Get in Rhythm Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference

EP Lab Digest recently published 2015 Get in Rhythm Patient Conference: Helping Afib Patients Get in Rhythm and Stay in Rhythm, authored by...

Afib patients from the US, Canada, and the Caribbean will be at the Atrial Fibrillation Patient Conference. Will you?

Are you joining us on March 28-29 in Dallas to learn from our world-renowned afib experts on how to get in rhythm and stay in rhythm? Afib...
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Nov 19 2009 by rajesh moganti
Hi friend!

I know the contest is pretty funny, but I would love to win Wellsphere's Health Blogger Award
I would appreciate it if you could cast a vote for me and I guarentee you that you will like my blog 100%
 
Nov 10 2009 by Jeff J.

I've been diagnosed: many doctors: Skipped heart beat. It's normal when exercising. When at rest, it skips. did sleep study. can't wear a cpap machine. had throat enlaregement, no help. perceive lost sleep=slowed rate+skipped beat.

Jeff

 
Nov 08 2009 by Heartstrong
Thank You for the Vote!
 

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