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Dr. Amy Doneen Honors American Heart Month with a Free Webinar on Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention for Women

Dr. Amy Doneen

Spokane, Washington, February 1, 2018.  To celebrate American Heart Month, Dr. Amy Doneen, DNP, ARNP will present a free webinar with a potentially lifesaving message for all who care for and about women’s heart health: All heart attacks and ischemic strokes are potentially preventable!

“Heart disease is the leading killer of American women, claiming more female lives than all forms of cancer combined,” says Dr. Doneen, an international leader in cardiovascular disease (CVD) prevention and medical director of the Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center in Spokane, Washington.

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By |2018-01-25T16:03:37+00:00January 25th, 2018|General News|

BaleDoneen Method to Present Best Practices for Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention in New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS and SPOKANE, Wash.Oct. 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Every 43 seconds, someone in the U.S. has a heart attack, and every four minutes, an American dies from a stroke. On November 2-4, the BaleDoneen Method (BDM) will convene leading experts to discuss best practices to prevent these catastrophes at its 10th Annual Reunion of graduates of its Preceptorship Course.

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By |2017-10-26T11:18:24+00:00October 26th, 2017|Press Releases|

The Next Paradigm Shift in Dentistry

In their groundbreaking book, Beat The Heart Attack Gene, world renowned cardiovascular specialists Bradley Bale, MD, and Amy Doneen, DPN, ARNP, present their revolutionary, comprehensive plan to prevent heart attacks and strokes. Bale and Doneen have created a prevention program that uses cutting-edge genetic testing and the latest science to not only identify but also treat people who harbor undiagnosed and potentially life-threatening plaque in their arteries.

Their article, “High-risk Periodontal Path­ogens Contribute to the Pathogenesis of Ath­ero­sclerosis,” which was published in the Postgraduate Medical Journal, is a landmark publication that takes periodontal pathogens from an “associated” to […]

By |2017-10-06T12:29:28+00:00October 6th, 2017|General News|

The Oral-Systemic Connection to Arterial Disease with Bradley Bale, MDL Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Periodontal (gum) disease may be an underlying—and potentially treatable–cause of about 50% of heart attacks, as Dr. Bale discusses in this Dentaltown podcast. He also provides an overview of groundbreaking BaleDoneen research on the link between oral and systemic health and the urgent need for a bridge between medicine and dentistry to collaborate on prevention of cardiovascular disease, the leading killer of Americans. Click to watch the podcast.

By |2017-08-12T13:39:18+00:00August 12th, 2017|General News|

This New, Treatable Cause of Heart Disease is Bridging the Gap Between Doctors and Dentists

Pioneers of oral-systemic medicine are working to foster a collaborative relationship between medical and dental professionals through open communication between the disciplines. Bradley Bale, MD and Amy Doneen, DNP, ARNP are among the most influential names in cardiology…and received received acclaim from the scientific community in late 2016 for their role in publicizing the oral-systemic linked through their evidence-based conclusion that periodontal disease is not simply a risk factor for, but a contributing cause of, heart disease. 

By |2017-08-03T21:02:42+00:00August 3rd, 2017|General News|

Periodontal disease and cardiovascular disease: The impact of causality

Now that evidence for oral-systemic causality—i.e., causality between periodontal pathogens and the development of atherosclerosis—has been demonstrated in the Bale/Doneen/Vigerust study, Dr. Richard Nagelberg addresses the question of how to give patients their best chance for good overall health, not just good oral health.

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By |2017-07-06T11:07:08+00:00July 6th, 2017|General News|

Landmark Bale Doneen Study First to Reveal that Oral Bacteria Can Cause Heart Disease

Millions of Americans have a dental disorder that can lead to heart attacks and strokes, according to a new peer-reviewed study published in Postgraduate Medical Journal (PMJ).  The researchers discovered that bacteria responsible for many cases of periodontal (gum) disease (PD) can also be a contributing cause of cardiovascular disease, the leading killer of Americans.

By |2017-07-06T11:00:48+00:00July 6th, 2017|General News|

The common health condition men don’t know about—until they have a heart attack | Dr. Amy Doneen quoted on Fox News Health.

Coronary heart disease is the leading cause of death in men and nearly 20 percent of men between age 60 and 79 have it, according to the American Heart Association.

What many of these men don’t realize is that insulin resistance—an often misdiagnosed, under-recognized syndrome—is the leading cause of pre-diabetes, type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

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By |2017-02-14T16:01:37+00:00February 14th, 2017|General News|

From Intervention to Prevention: Dr. Pierre P. Leimgruber to Join the Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center in April

SPOKANE, Wash., Feb. 13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The Heart Attack & Stroke Prevention Center (HASPC) in Spokane, Washington is pleased to announce the addition of Pierre Leimgruber, MD, FACC to its clinical team as a specialist in the prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD), starting on April 3rd.

Previously, Dr. Leimgruber worked for 32 years as an interventional cardiologist, affiliated with four leading Spokane hospitals. “After performing thousands of angioplasties and stent placements in patients with severe CVD, I am excited to be changing my focus to helping people avoid these procedures by working to prevent the disease I used to treat.”

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By |2017-02-13T16:07:26+00:00February 13th, 2017|General News|
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