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Shelby Macomb Medical Mall Office Opens
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Coumadin Clinic
Top Docs named by HOUR Detroit
Shelby Macomb Medical Mall Office Opens Our newest office is now open in the Shelby Macomb Medical Mall.  Located on the third floor, our well appointed office suite is setup with you, our patient in mind. 
Heart Watch A heart-healthy lifestyle can significantly reduce your chances of getting high cholesterol levels, having a heart attack or stroke. Here is a dose of heart healthy choices to ensure your heart is happy:
Coumadin Clinic Welcome to our Coumadin Clinic.  Here at Cardiology Associates of Michigan we strive to provide the best care possible for our patients.  The reason for Coumadin has been explained to you by your physician.  It is our goal to give you results of your blood work in a timely manner.  There are a few guidelines that we have our patients follow so that we can keep your risk of complications at a minimum.
#1 “Top Docs” by HOUR Detroit Magazine Every October, Hour Detroit offers a dose of healthy advice in the form of an annual survey of health-care professionals. Congratulations to the Cardiology Associates of Michigan Group of Dr. Mark Zainea and Dr. Mouhammed Joumaa who were named to HOUR Detroit magazine’s 12th Annual Top Docs list.

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A heart-healthy lifestyle can significantly reduce your chances of getting high cholesterol levels, having a heart attack or stroke. Here is a dose of heart healthy choices to ensure your heart is happy:

Eat more like a vegetarian. You don't have to give up meat permanently, but cutting animal products (red meat, chicken, milk, cheese, etc.) out of your diet one or two days per week can be a big help in lowering your cholesterol.

Take your medication at the same time everyday, preferably in the evening. Taking your cholesterol medication at night can have an impact on how well it's working. The enzymes in your liver that make cholesterol are most active at night, so taking your medication before bed may increase its effectiveness.

Increase exercise intensity. A casual walk may not get the heart rate up enough to make a difference. You should work out hard enough that you sweat and are tired afterwards. If you're a little sore the next day, that's a good thing. A good trick is to put a slight incline on the treadmill to help increase intensity.

Know the numbers. Your total cholesterol number does not tell the whole story. Understand where your HDL (healthy) and LDL (lousy) levels are. Remember LDL numbers is the bad cholesterol and is associated with heart attacks. HDL measures the amount of good cholesterol you have. If you are confused by your cholesterol numbers, ask your physician to explain it further.

Chest pain doesn't always occur in the chest. With women chest pain can actually occur in a number of places. Women can experience pain in the arm, back and even teeth that is actually associated with the heart. If you are experiencing abnormal pain, contact your physician.

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