In 1999, turned 40, starting a new career as a Professional Speaker, I got a huge health-related wake-up call. Heart disease runs in my Family. My Grandfather died of a heart attack at 60. My Grandmother had two strokes and walked with a cane or a crutch the rest of her life.
Almost Looks Like A Heart-Shaped Image (from yesterday)
Who knew heart disease is the number one reason women die?
This Everyday Health article offers
, all common sense, to help 10 tips lower your heart disease risk.
Again, none of this is new, however,
we can all use constant refreshers and reminders that these tips are doable.
Heart Disease Or Cancer?
Dr Oz, the famous TV personality with his own show, has for reducing the risk of 10 tips breast cancer.
Most don’t realize that
heart disease kills more women than cancer. Yet, these tips are very important to, at the very least, have an awareness of.
Lane 8 story continued from yesterday:
“Your Dad stopped talking about the pain a while back, but you do remember him thinking he might not be able to do it? Yet he kept saying that a person only turns 50 once.
Your Dad dreamed on making it to the semi-finals, the top 24 in the world. He even dreamed of making it into the top 20. In the entire world.
Your Dad always says, “If your goal isn’t impossible, you’re not reaching high enough”.
Deep in his heart is this desire to see you graduate from High School. And deeper still, to see you get married and have a family of your own.
He says the odds are stacked against him, because of the family history of Heart Disease and Alzheimer’s Disease.
And he says the odds don’t mean much to a person who believes the impossible is possible.
He also believes he can help raise enough money to find a cure for your incurable disease”.
to be continued…..