Heart-Health-And-Nutrition

The Cardiovascular Virtues of Green Tea

In my newsletter, Heart, Health, and Nutrition, I’ve written a lot about inflammation as being a chief cause of cardiovascular problems, even more critical than the difficulty many Americans have with maintaining healthy cholesterol. But, the good news is that a lot can be done to combat this potential…

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On the Road with Dr. Sinatra

…well as his monthly newsletter Heart, Health, and Nutrition. So, the buzz about this groundbreaking book is building, and if you missed the sneak-preview discussions about the incredible health benefits of “earthing” or grounding in recent Heart, Health, and Nutrition newsletters, watch for two upcoming…

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Cardiology Terminology: Airport Angina

More people vacation during the summer months than at any other time of year. And the topic of “airport angina”—an old cardiology phrase—may be getting tossed around now more than usual. But what, exactly, does it mean? Essentially, “airport angina” is a phrase coined to describe heart…

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On the Road with Dr. Sinatra

Go Red for Women Fundraiser Last weekend, Dr. Sinatra and I participated in a fundraiser to benefit the American Heart Association’s Go Red campaign to raise awareness about heart disease in women. The fundraiser organizer was “Take-Down Tommy” Gleason, Dr. Sinatra’s wrestling team comrade…

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Secondhand Smoke Hurts Your Pets

Most of you who follow Dr. Sinatra’s monthly newsletter Heart, Health and Nutrition, the free weekly e-letters, and the blogs are pretty health savvy when it comes to knowing and controlling your heart risk factors. Having met so many of you at Dr. Sinatra’s subscriber sessions, I’d even bet that…

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On the Road With Dr. Sinatra

Talking Heart, Health, and Nutrition With Our Subscribers I want to extend my personal gratitude to all of you who turned out for Dr. Sinatra’s September 25, 2010 subscriber session at the Irvine Marriot in Irvine, CA. There are plenty of great ways to spend a precious Saturday…

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Don't Lug Your Luggage

Dr. Sinatra wrote about airport angina in an issue of Heart, Health, and Nutrition years ago. For those of you who missed it, here is a synopsis of his tips for heart patients: 1. Know your bag: Select luggage that’s user-friendly. There’s a great selection of bags with easy moving wheels under…

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