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Christian Assad, MD on Twitter

June 10, 2018 Leave a comment

So far this is the tastiest way of replenishing sodium IMO In a #Ketogenic #lchf lifestyle. 1) Himalayan Salt Glass Shot 2) 1 Lemon 3) 1Teaspoon of MCT oil leave for 1 minute (the more the saltier) enjoy! #MedHacker

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Christian Assad, MD on Twitter

May 17, 2018 Leave a comment

Got a consensus from the iFastLoca people and here are the Top 3 Keto-Crave busters presented as a TriForce #ketogenic #intermittentfasting #lowcarb #health

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50 Years Ago, Sugar Industry Quietly Paid Scientists To Point Blame At Fat

April 20, 2018 Leave a comment

In the 1960s, the sugar industry funded research that downplayed the risks of sugar and highlighted the hazards of fat, according to a newly published article in JAMA Internal Medicine.

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Christian Assad, MD on Twitter

April 17, 2018 Leave a comment

My #Clinic workstation just got an upgrade! Double whammy since it is also giving patients ideas to exercise #Cardiology

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Christian Assad, MD on Twitter

April 6, 2018 Leave a comment

I present to you my new improvised work station #Cardiology 6:57 AM – 6 Apr 2018

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Why Millennials are choosing to be physician assistants, not doctors

February 14, 2018 Leave a comment

More and more young people are gravitating to the role of physician assistant over doctor. Several Delaware millennials cite its flexibility, condensed schooling, and cost as major reasons why they chose to become PAs. Daniel Sato/The News Journal/Wochit WILMINGTON, Del.

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Holidays are great but they can also be bad for your HEART!

December 21, 2017 Leave a comment

In 2004, Phillips et al, published an article in Circulation (@circaha) that found an increased mortality around Christmas and New Year. We can even appreciate a a trend upwards since Thanksgiving.

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