John D Day MD

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John D. Day, MD, specializes in heart rhythm disorders at the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute. He is the upcoming president of the Heart Rhythm Society and is the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Innovations in Cardiac Rhythm Management. He has published over 100 medical articles and has an upcoming book entitled “The Longevity Plan: Lessons Learned from China’s Longevity Village on How to Lose Weight, Feel Great, and Live Healthy to 110.”

5 Heart Numbers Everyone Should Know

By John D Day MD
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People do not realize how important their health is until they lose it. The key is to first get educated and then to take action. As a cardiologist at the Intermountain Heart Institute, I see many patients who don’t realize they can control certain factors of heart disease. At least 75% of heart conditions are totally preventable! Here are five numbers that everyone should know and work to maintain the recommended goals.

Three things you can do to avoid heart disease

By John D Day MD
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As a cardiologist at the Intermountain Heart Institute at Intermountain Medical Center in Murray, I get the great pleasure of having people come up to me all the time and ask me what they can do to “protect their hearts." For example, I was at a social function yesterday and someone asked me, “What can I do so that I never have to see you in your office?” I absolutely love it when people ask me this type of a question as it shows their commitment to living a healthy lifestyle.​

Getting Vitamin D during the dead of winter

By John D Day MD
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The noon-day sun is the number one source of our vitamin D. But in the dead of winter it's too cold to go outside, the sun is too low in the sky, and these inversions block out the sun's rays. As a heart rhythm specialist at the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute, here's why vitamin D matters, and how you can get it during the winter season.​​​​