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The long lasting impact on the heart by Covid-19

This article from STAT discusses the possible long term damage a heart can suffer after a person recovers from Covid-19. 

Covid-19 infections leave an impact on the heart, raising concerns about lasting damage.

I first mentioned the damage on the heart by Covid-19 in a previous blog here.

This is why I consider heart health to be very important right now and why I'm running my heart sound recorder on every client that comes into my office.  You can read more about the heart sound recorder here.

To get an assessment on your heart health and to learn how you can help it nutritionally contact me at




David Chiu L.Ac.

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