Health News : Focus on the Heart

By tfbuser on April 30, 2016 | Listed under Health & Wellness, Health Insurance, Life Insurance | Leave a comment |

Fortunately people get warning signs before they have a major heart event.

A sudden cardiac arrest is an “electrical problem” in the body , where the heart stops beating.

Time is of the essence (Minutes  matter  – 10 or less)

This brings me to some things that all of us should keep in mind:

  1. Have a healthy life style with diet and exercise
  2. Have our heath checked on a regular basis (preferably with health insurance)
  3. And finally for all us us, have a legal will (for your property and so your family will know what your wishes are for your final arrangements. With this look at what you want to protect in case of an untimely death with the peace of mind of life insurance.

Contact an insurance professional and or call our office to discuss your needs for health and life insurance and make sure to look into having a will so your loved ones do not have to worry about the state (of Texas, etc) being in your affairs.

Morning Rounds: Ovarian cancer, warning signs for cardiac arrest  (CBS Saturday AM 03/05/2016)


Related Links

CBS News Saturday AM : Morning Rounds (Medical News from CBS via YouTube)

Diabetes study: Substantial drop in heart attacks and deaths  (from CBS News Sat AM 04/2014)

YouTube : how to work a heart aed, heard defibrilator

How Obesity Became a Disease

And, as a consequence, how weight loss became an industry  (3/24/15 via the Atlantic Magazine) Thank you Ms. Harriet Brown Obesity Became a Disease_2015_03  (right click to open this pdf in a new tab)


Most people living in the USA could  make some changes to our diet (I know I need to and should) I read a great article in the Diets Are Gaining Acceptance_2016_03_07 (right click to open in a new tab)

Exercise,  when I do IT, I do so in the morning. See this NYTimes article on  AM workouts.  (12/10/10) Ed The Benefits of Exercising Before Breakfast_2010_12_15 (right click to open in a new tab)

NYTimes –  Well blog

NYTimes  – Health News

NYTimes work out app “the 7 Min work out”

NYTimes – health guides (lots of topics)



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