I filled my weekly pillbox this evening. It is a lot lighter than it used to be. Now, I take 15 pills a day, 7 in the morning and 8 at night, and about two diabetes injections a day. I filled my weekly pillbox this evening. It is a lot lighter than it used to be. Now, I take 15 pills a day, 7 in the morning and 8 at night, and about two diabetes injections a day.
The battle from the effects of heart transplantation continues here in Albany NY. Of late, a combination of dreadful weather, two bouts with the flu and some surgical procedures have left me reeling. I have pretty much been confined to quarters since December 27th. My only escapes have been to see physicians. These appointments have […]
It makes sense that if you want to understand the risk of heart disease, you should have a working knowledge of how the heart works. At least, the Mayo Clinic thinks so. This is their overview of how that mysterious organ keeps us ticking. “Your heart is a pump. It’s a muscular organ about the […]
The Mayo Clinic website is an excellent source for all things medical but the information about heart disease, heart transplantation and related heart issues is comprehensive and for the most part plain language. Yippee! In honor of American Heart Month, it seems a good time to learn more about heart disease. The Mayo Clinic describes […]