Bill Blanchette, MD: “What I learned has revolutionized my practice to the point that heart attacks are so rare that it’s been years since I’ve had the opportunity to treat a patient with a heart attack.”
Menopause was Meant to Be!
A normal premenopausal women takes on the hormone replacement people . . .
. . . if a woman FINALLY stops taking the hormones, due to a few minor concerns about things like that increased heart attack risk, and the increased risk of cancer, then the symptoms often roar back.
Eggs, Soft-boiled . . . tiny emanations of effervescent air are one way to tell if an egg is done
Coronary Calcium Scan – high-level test for heart disease risk