Category archives for: Dr. Michael Wright

An Apple a Day: To Save a Trillion Dollars, America Must Eat Well

La Jolla Cardiology Expert

By Dr. C. Michael Wright Dr. Wright is a nationally-recognized, board-certified Cardiologist in La Jolla and developer of the LifeScore Program, http://LifeScoreProgram.com Can an apple a day really keep the doctor away? Actually, it just might. As a country, we spend billions of dollars on health care costs, much of it related to cardiovascular disease. [...]

Sleep Your Way to Better Heart Health

Cardiologist Specialist La Jolla

By Dr. C. Michael Wright It goes without saying that a good night’s sleep is essential to our health. From improved alertness to an increase in overall energy, feeling well-rested throughout the day is an important part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Plus, who doesn’t love to wake up feeling refreshed? But when it comes [...]

4 Ways to a Healthier Heart, Longer Life

Cadiology Specialist in La Jolla

By Dr. C. Michael Wright Dr. Wright is a nationally-recognized, board-certified Cardiologist in La Jolla and developer of the LifeScore Program, http://LifeScoreProgram.com We all know that a healthy lifestyle can lead to positive changes in our lives – better weight, more energy, healthier heart and even a longer, happier life. Up until recently, though, many [...]

For the Love of Dog: Pets Promote Heart Health, Study Says

Cardiology Specialist in La Jolla

By Dr. C. Michael Wright Dr. Wright is a nationally-recognized, board-certified Cardiologist in La Jolla and developer of the LifeScore Program, http://LifeScoreProgram.com Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in the United States according to the American Heart Association. It claims more lives than car accidents, cancer, respiratory disease or stroke. Between lack [...]

Secrets in a strand of hair: A new window on cardiovascular health

Cardiologist in La Jolla

By Dr. Michael Wright Blood samples are generally considered the gold standard for determining cardiovascular risk, but as a new study suggests, traditional health screenings may be on the line now that a new form of testing is making headlines in heart health. According to a Dutch study published in The Endocrine Society’s Journal of [...]

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