Too fit and healthy to worry about heart disease?
New Year’s resolutions for those who hate resolutions
Med School is for doctors, but there is no ‘Patient School’ for us
Sharing our health struggles: too much, or not enough?
Were your 12-lead ECG electrodes placed where they should be?
How helping others can help you, too
Struggle care: a new way to look at housework
Could you wait 10 years for a cardiac diagnosis?
Sweating: the neglected cardiac symptom
How Daylight Saving Time is hurting your heart
Happy 15th Heart-iversary to me. . .♥
Will asking good questions in med school help doctors ask good questions of patients?
Financial toxicity: can you afford to have a heart attack?
Do Emergency physicians diagnose? Or not?
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