Dr. Amy Doneen is quoted in an excellent article called, “6 Heart Attack Symptoms Women Ignore.”

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Learn the subtle signs that spell heart trouble Still think heart disease is a guy thing? Think again. Some 8 million women in the United States have heart disease, and each year an estimated 435,000 women suffer a  heart attack, according to the Women’s Heart Foundation. So yes, a heart attack can happen to you. But would you recognize the symptoms …

Physician Pioneers New Platform for Treating Cardiovascular Disease

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In 1975, Bradley Bale, MD, an avid skier and mountain climber, bought into a company that began pioneering helicopter skiing in Canada. He and his colleagues skied mountains no human being had ever skied before. “When you’re the first one, it’s kind of like a gold mine,” Bale recalls. “It’s your mountain.” Bale has since sold the very successful company, …

Amy Doneen: Curbing cardiac events

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BaleDoneen Method places emphasis on early detection Amy Doneen is a nurse practitioner, an author, an international speaker, and a business owner. She is in the business of preventing heart attacks, strokes, and diabetes. She is also co-founder of the BaleDoneen Method of heart attack, stroke, and diabetes prevention, a comprehensive prevention plan that detects cardiovascular disease at early stages. Click here to …

Looking at Heart Health in New Ways

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Bradley Bale, MD, was glad to get back to the green grass of home after five years in the less lush plains of West Texas where he served as medical director of the Heart Health Program at the Grace Clinic in Lubbock for five years. Bale grew up in Elizabethtown, Ky. and received his undergraduate degree in biochemistry from Lawrence …

A Guarantee of Arterial Wellness: New Era of Cardiovascular Medicine

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Cardiovascular (CV) healthcare was established on a platform that treats end-stage disease. At the time, existent technology and knowledge could only manage evident arterial disease. The financial and intellectual commitment in this area of healthcare have resulted in astonishing accomplishments such as coronary bypass grafting, angioplasty, stents, acute antithrombotic therapies, left ventricular assistant devices, transplants, and stem cell research. The …

8-Year Outcomes of a Program for Early Prevention of Cardiovascular Events

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A Growth-Curve Analysis Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the leading cause of mortality in developed countries. Atherogenesis and, subsequently, atherosclerosis are cardiovascular (CV) processes that lead to most of these mortalities.1 Two leading factors that are thought to facilitate progression are oxidative stress and inflammation2; both are important in the pathogenesis of atherosclerotic changes.3Y5 Prevention of progression of these processes is …

Do You Have a Heart Attack Gene?

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FINDING OUT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE! Even if you do everything right-you don’t smoke, you’re not overweight and you manage your cholesterol and blood pressure-your odds of having a heart attack might be higher than you think. Click here to read the rest of the article written by Dr. Bradley Bale on Bottom Line/Health.

Autophagy, senescence, and arterial inflammation: relationship to arterial health and longevity

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Bradley Bale, MD and Amy Doneen, MSN ARNP publication: Autophagy, senescence, and arterial inflammation: relationship to arterial health and longevity has recently been identified as a Key Scientific Article contributing to excellence in biomedical research, featured in the Global Medical Discovery Series. Click here to view the article featured on Global Medical Discovery

“Beat The Heart Attack Gene” in the news, with Amy Doneen

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Portland, OR – Heart disease affects 81 million Americans and is the culprit in one of every two deaths.  Most people think that they are not at risk if they control their blood pressure and cholesterol but even then one can still be at high risk for heart attacks, strokes and diabetes.  Amy Doneen, medical director of the Heart Attack …