December 16, 2010

Heart Disease Guide Website Gets New Look

Posted in Heart disease tips, Helpful Heart Links tagged , , , , , , , at 6:32 pm by keepyourhearthealthy

What To Do When You Have Heart Disease has given patients advice and peace of mind in their hands whenever they needed it most.  Now the website has an attractive new look that makes it easier to find everything you need.

Learning to live with heart disease is a challenge for anyone.  People look for all kinds of things to improve their heart health and get back to feeling “normal” again.  A book like What To Do When You Have Heart Disease provides support that can be instrumental in heart disease recovery.  The website can also help to get you started in the right direction.  Check out the website’s new look at www.theheartdiseaseguide.com and discover how the book and the webpage can help you on your journey to a healthier heart!

July 1, 2010

The Heart Disease Guide Website Now Includes a Brand-to-Generic Medicine List and Heart Term Dictionary

Posted in Heart disease tips, Helpful Heart Links, Uncategorized tagged , , , , , , at 11:33 pm by keepyourhearthealthy

Did you ever wonder what your cardiologist was talking about when he/she said “stenosis” or “interventional cardiologist?” Or maybe you’d like to find the generic name for Cozaar? These things can now be easily accessed on the website for What To Do When You Have Heart Disease at http://www.TheHeartDiseaseGuide.com! Most of these medications and terms are in the book but now the webpage also allows you free access to the information. Check it out for yourself!

Brand-to-Generic Drug Guide and Heart Term Dictionary

April 16, 2010

The Perfect Gift for Someone with Heart Disease

Posted in Helpful Heart Links tagged , , , , , , , , , at 12:42 am by keepyourhearthealthy

Do you know someone who was recently diagnosed with heart disease?  Maybe they just had a heart attack, bypass surgery or a stent.  If it is a loved one or close friend, consider giving them all the essentials they will need for a smooth recovery.  A new Heart Disease Gift Basket includes all the important tools: an automatic blood pressure monitor, the book What To Do When You Have Heart Disease, Fish Oil vitamins, Coenzyme Q 10 vitamins, oatmeal and green tea.  The best part is the price–only $40 as compared to other “heart” gift baskets which cost $50-100!  This decorative basket is a great deal and could help to save your loved one’s life.  Click on the picture below to check it out:

Heart Disease Gift Basket

December 15, 2009

Book is Now Fully Available!

Posted in Heart disease tips, Helpful Heart Links, Uncategorized tagged , , , , , at 3:44 am by keepyourhearthealthy

What To Do When You Have Heart Disease is now fully available for ordering! Soft cover copies are $15.95 plus shipping. You can order a copy through the following link:

iUniverse Ordering Website

December 11, 2009

E-Book is Now Available Online!

Posted in Heart disease tips, Helpful Heart Links tagged , , , , , , , , , , at 2:50 am by keepyourhearthealthy

The electronic version of What To Do When You Have Heart Disease is now available online!  The price is only $6 to download the entire book onto your personal computer.  Click on the link below to order:

E-book Ordering Webpage

November 4, 2009

Welcome!

Posted in Uncategorized tagged , , , , , at 12:15 am by keepyourhearthealthy

This blog is dedicated to helping out patients with heart disease.  My name is Sharon and I am a Physician Assistant specializing in cardiology.  I wrote the book What To Do When You Have Heart Disease which is available through many different online book retailers such as www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, www.booksamillion and www.iuniverse.com to name a few.  In writing the book, my goal was to help heart disease patients through recovery and to learn as much about keeping their heart healthy as possible.  While the book includes most of the basics, I realize that it cannot possibly answer all of the questions that may come up along the way.  This blog is my way of continuing to give you all the help and support you need.  I welcome any of your comments and questions about heart disease!