If you have a sudden burst of pain in your foot, check your toes for a blue hue of the toenails or skin. This could be an indication of blue toe syndrome, a serious health condition that could see the loss of a toe or foot.
When there is a lack of ox... Read More
I almost died at the start of this year…and I learned something important during my heart surgery recovery that I need to share with you.
I always say, what’s the point of living a really long life if you can’t do the things you enjoy? I me... Read More
Earlier in the year I had a big health scare. One of my main arteries was almost entirely blocked, and I underwent an emergency angioplasty.
Thankfully, I’m recovering and feeling great. And I’m determined not to neglect my heart health again. So... Read More
Anyone who has felt their leg or arm “fall asleep” understands the discomfort of that tingling, pins and needles sensation that takes a while to go away. However, there are people who have more severe numbness, tingling, and weakness in their lim... Read More
It’s no secret that salt intake plays a serious role in your heart health. Too much sodium can raise your blood pressure to dangerous levels, which can increase your risk of heart disease. But, holding back on that sprinkle of table salt on your po... Read More
People have been suffering from migraines, strokes, and heart disease, including heart attack, for centuries. Yet, medical researchers have only recently identified a possible link between the intense, often debilitating pain of migraine headaches an... Read More
The heart is a complicated organ. It has many moving parts and tubes, and is the engine that drives the body forward. But like any engine, if something happens to disrupt the functioning of that engine, there can be problems. Arrhythmia (also called ... Read More
Look, you’ve heard all about the benefits of exercise when it comes to promoting cardiovascular health and reducing the risk of a heart attack. But, you know what? There are no guarantees in life. However, if you do suffer a heart attack and are an... Read More