When temperatures drop, a warm bowl of hearty soup is just what the doctor ordered. The ultimate comfort food, soup brings joy to the heart and warms the soul. It’s simple to prepare, nutritious, economical, and works perfectly as a main dish served with warm bread or as an entree. Try these great recipes such as Liquid Autumn Soup, Shrimp & Corn Chowder or White Hot Chicken Stew. These soup recipes work miracles for those who are under the weather. Or just let your creation slow cook and simmer all day for a tasty, warm delight. Includes great tips for perfecting your next soup sensation. Enjoy & be well! (Twitter @SoDelishDish)
Tags: soup recipes, stew, comfort food, soup pot and ladle, soup can recipes, soup and bread bowl, creamy chicken noodle soup, slow cooking, Dutch oven soup mix, crockpot recipe, chowder
In the first episode of The Constant, Nathan finds himself separated from his family, stuck in the middle ages. Not only does he have to survive in this savage age, he also has to find a way back to his family.
How far would you go to find your family? What would you be willing to do to protect them?
Scroll up and buy it now, also check out www.trevorbooth.com for more great titles out now and coming soon.
“A simple system that is saving me time and money. Very practical and easy to read.”
“Often, when I look at messes, I don’t know where to start. I found this book to be very helpful in giving me a game plan as to how I can keep my kitchen clean and organized. I don’t know of another resource quite like it.”
“Daria has a knack for taking the complex & overwhelming and making it simple. As I write this, I’m enjoying the benefits of my clean and organized kitchen and Daria helped me make that happen.”
In this edition of the Kindle Quickread series, Daria Foster shows us her simple system for keeping a kitchen clean, organized and clutter-free.
Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Learn…
How can you make your kitchen the “heart of your home” again?
What is the quickest and most effective approach to removing dirt and grease from surfaces?
How can you keep a busy kitchen from becoming disorganized and cluttered?
What should you do if you initially feel overwhelmed by the mess in your kitchen?
What are the ideal times to clean a kitchen?
What are the best solutions to use to keep a kitchen clean and fresh-smelling?
Why is it important to keep a kitchen clean, not only for appearance sake, but also for your health and the health of your family?
Enjoy 17 excerpts of outstanding fiction by authors Christa Allan (All They Want for Christmas), Judith Arnold (Changes), Marilyn Brant (The Road to You), Sylvie Fox (The Good Enough Husband), Jenny Gardiner (Something in the Heir), Maria Geraci (That Thing You Do), Tonya Kappes (Checkered Crime), Leslie Langtry (Merit Badge Murder), Leslie Lehr (Wife Goes On), Maggie Marr (One Night for Love), Ellen Meister (Dorothy Parker Drank Here), Ellyn Oaksmith (50 Acts of Kindness), Jess Riley (Mandatory Release), Saralee Rosenberg (Dear Neighbor, Drop Dead), Sara Rosett (Elusive), Wendy Tokunaga (His Wife and Daughters), and L.J. Wilson (Ruby Ink).
Also included in this book as a *special bonus* are 34 of the GBC’s most popular blog posts on the subject of writing craft and the writing life, which you won’t want to miss. So pick up this sampler, sit back, and get drawn into a wonderful world of unputdownable essays & stories!
Heart attack or myocardial infarction, as it is termed in the healthcare setting, is a condition wherein the heart doesn’t get a sufficient amount of oxygen to support its consistent function. This is often due to the constriction of the coronary arteries, the tiny arteries that provide blood supply to the heart muscles, or a clog in the coronary arteries. When this happens, the heart doesn’t get its supply of oxygen and the heart muscles can get damaged. It only takes a few minutes for the heart to survive without oxygen and in about a mere 3-5 minutes, the heart can get sustain damage called “ischemia”.
The heart can only go for so long without oxygen. Oftentimes, those who sustain a prolonged heart attack or myocardial infarction are left with irreversible cardiac damage that may show as signs and symptoms like easy fatigability, abnormal heart rhythms, a faster or slower heart rate, and a radiating chest pain. With these alarming signs and symptoms, going to the emergency room is important and that time for medical interventions should not be delayed.
A heart attack is not that difficult to identify as a crushing and excruciating chest pain that is often described as a vise gripping the heart or as an elephant sitting down on one’s chest. However, there are some cases of heart attacks that may be undetected or not even felt by the person having the heart attack. These “silent” heart attacks are considered deadlier since they can display no obvious signs and symptoms, but still continue causing extensive damage to the heart by delaying medical intervention. A great deal of knowledge, skill, and care is required when it comes to dealing with heart attacks, but composure is also a key factor when it comes to handling a heart attack.
In this book, we’ll be talking about heart attacks or myocardial infarctions, everything about it, including the signs and symptoms of heart attacks, the diagnostic tests used to identify a myocardial infarction, the management for a heart attack, and even the emergency management and the things you should if you see someone having a heart attack or experience a heart attack yourself.
Are you ready to challenge yourself and tackle one of the greatest medical emergencies in the world? Sit back and read on to know more about Heart Attack and its Management.