The MAYO CLINIC speaks out! Blocked arteries that cause your chest pain (angina), keep an area of your heart from getting enough oxygen. In many instances your doctor may recommend treatment of these blockages to avoid a heart attack or stroke, and other health complications. There are several options for treating angina, all of which depend on your health condition, personal preference, and doctors recommendation. How do you choose? This article from the Mayo Clinic provides
Dr. Morris makes a point to SCHEDULE physical activity into his schedule AT LEAST four days a week. That is around managing his full time private practice, his rotations in the hospital, managing his participation on the multiple health-associated boards he sits on (including the Hopewell Community Garden he founded), prioritizing family time with his wife (shall I mention his, like clock-work, weekly date with his wife?), four children and his new granddaughter, volunteering
Dr. Morris explains that while e-cigarette's may be a great transition into smoking cessation, when used solely for recreational purposes or when combining with the use of traditional cigarettes their health risks are very high. "...While people may think they are reducing their health risks, we found that the heart attack risk of e-cigarettes adds to the risk of smoking cigarettes," Glantz said. "Using both products at the same time is worse than using either one separately.