Are You Ready For A New Pan Set?

Best Quality Cookware & Gadgets for 2022 If you’re anything like I am, all through my travels and moves, I always kept my pots and pans until the Teflon peeled off, mostly for sentimental reasons. It’s funny how we get attatched to our cooking appliances. Seriously, are you ready for a new pan set?  One … Read more

Warning Signs and Symptoms of Atrial Fibrillation

Stroke signs and symptoms

Posted on May 27, 2022 by Sherry Eight Things to be Aware of With Atrial Fibrillation Four Types of A-Fib: Not everyone experiences A-Fib symptoms.  If you do, here are eight Warnings of Common Signs and Symproms of Atrial Fibrillation to look out for: Sensations of a fast, fluttering or pounding heartbeat or palpitations Chest pain Dizziness Weakness … Read more

New Options for Healthy Hearts

Smallest Pacemaker Micra

One Size Doesn’t Fit All We all have options, it’s about which one do we choose that’s right for ourselves. New technology comes out all of the time and when one like this comes out, it gets my attention. The reason is that we, meaning people that have Atrial Fibrillation, have yet more New Options … Read more

The New MRI Machine Looks directly into a human heart

Sparrow Herbert-Herman Cancer Center

New Technique with the MRI Imaging Machine In Honor of American Heart Month (February 22,2022) “Cardiac ultrasound to nuclear imaging to cardiac CT to here,” said Dr. Chris Hanson. “It very much compliments and completes our portfolio of cardiac imaging here at Sparrow.” The New MRI Machine Looks directly into a human heart, the course … Read more

The Best Nutritional Smoothie Recipes Low in Vitamin K

Vitamin K Foods to Avoid

Warfarin, A-Fib and Vitamin K I seem to always be writing things you can’t do if you have A-Fib and you’re on Warfarin, but today, I’m going to give some great and tasty recipes for smoothies that are low in vitamin k. There are so many foods you have to be careful of when you … Read more

Is Ablation the Cure for Atrial Fibrillation?

A-Fib Ablation

More Doctors Need training   An estimated 16 million people will have it with in 10 to 15 years (stated by Dr. Dave Albert). With more people getting it and needing surgery, they will be short-handed with doctors that know how to perform ablations and stated that “More Doctors Need Training” to keep up with the … Read more

Test Your Heart for A-Fib at Home, EKG

KardiaMobile EKG

How to Detect Atrial-Fibrillation Home Detection and Prevention of Stroke Detection of atrial fibrillation using a modified micro life blood pressure monitor. This device is able to detect A-Fib (Atrial Fibrillation is a Stroke Risk) with high sensitivity and specificity. Test Your Heart for A-Fib at Home, EKG. You can also use a device by patients who … Read more