This week’s article is a repeat of an article I do every year in February, National Heart Month.
Over the past few years, I have done countless presentations of my talk, now called “The Angina Monologue,” during which I have not only delivered life-saving information, but I have listened, too, and gotten important information from my audiences.
If you’ve read it before, read again, and remember always to pay attention to the organ that the ancients believed was the seat of consciousness, and which we know as the center of our lives.
Be Careful, It’s Your Heart: Warning Signs of a Heart Attack
February is National Heart Month, and I have been more than ordinarily busy giving my talk, “The Angina Monologue,” in which I describe women’s heart attacks and give preventive advice. Seeing all the “red” clothing and decorations, hearing of all the “Wear Red” events is exciting – except that cardiac disease occurs all year long, not just in February.