Apples and Chips!

The Annals of Cardiology No.24 | APPLES AND CHIPS! What is a CONFIRM chip? Why may you need a pacemaker? What new gadgets can you use to detect heart rhythm problems?

Are women better doctors than men?

The Annals of Cardiology No. 24 | Are women better doctors than men? Do female medical students outnumber males? What are the ways you can be your own advocate in the emergency room? Find out in this week's installment...

Depression and Heart Attacks

The Annals of Cardiology No.23 | Depression and Heart Attacks You can read the introduction below or read the full version here. Do you get frustrated by all those pills you have to take? Maybe part of the reason is not understanding what the purpose of each is. A medication should benefit you in one of ...

Bacteria and Leaky Guts

The Annals of Cardiology No.22 | Bacteria and Leaky Guts. Bacteria: friend or foe? What is leaky gut syndrome? Is there such a thing as probiotic chips? Get your questions answered in this week's newsletter!

Coconut Oil and Flying Fruit

The Annals of Cardiology No.21 | Coconut Oil and Flying Fruit. How much cholesterol is in a coconut? What are good and bad fats? Coconut recipes and more!

Physician Burnout

The Annals of Cardiology No.20 | Physician Burnout. What is The Pause? What do doctors think of death? What next, after the news of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain?

There’s a Bird in Your Chest

The Annals of Cardiology No.19 | Bird in Your Chest. What does it mean if you feel a bird in your chest? What are the best ways to treat atrial fibrillation? What is ablation?

Barber Shop Blood Pressures

The Annals of Cardiology No.18 | Barber Shop Blood Pressures. How often do you get your hair cut? If you’re like me, it depends on how many obstacles exist between you and the haircut appointment.

Heart Holes and PFOs

The Annals of Cardiology No.17 | Heart Holes and PFOs. What is a PFO? Do you have a hole in in your heart? Who's Samantha? Find out the answers to these questions and many more in this week's newsletter.

Arugula and Bioresorbable Stents

As I’ve been on holiday with the family, I thought this would be a good time to release one of my original newsletters for new subscribers, now in our new, improved format. I hope you enjoy it.

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