Can This Test Predict Heart Attack? Dr. Amy Doneen quoted on Fox Health News. – May 9, 2016 Click to read.
Here’s why Dr. Craig Backs now uses the Bale/Doneen Method to prevent heart attacks, strokes and diabetes. – April 9, 2016 Click to read.
Huntsman World Senior Games Program – Oct 5 – 17, 2015 Dr. Amy Doneen and the Bale/Doneen Method are highlighted in an article by Robert H. Adams, D.O. and Ron Hager, PhD. Read the article here.
RDHMag.com – February 2015 Dr. Amy Doneen is a co-author of the article, “Why the RDH is a critical member of the healthcare team,” a piece discussing why registered dental hygienists are a vital link in the multi-disciplinary healthcare team that addresses heart disease. Read the article here.
SafeBee.com – Feb 5, 2015 Dr. Amy Doneen is quoted in an excellent article called, “6 Heart Attack Symptoms Women Ignore.” Learn the subtle signs that spell heart trouble and read the article here.
DentistryIQ.com – September 26, 2014 Amy kicked off the American Academy for Oral Systemic Health’s annual session in St. Louis with her presentation, “Oral health is critical. Dentistry is in the business of saving lives.” See full article on the DentistryIQ website.
Gonzaga University Video – Summer 2014 Amy is featured in a Gonzaga University video about the school’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program. Click here to view the video on YouTube.com.
OralSystemicLink.com – Summer 2014 Amy speaks at Dr. Lee Oster’s dental meeting in the Tri Cities (Washington) about the link between oral health and cardiovascular disease. See video here.
Spokane Journal of Business – July 31, 2014 The article, “Amy Doneen: Curbing cardiac events” by Judith Spitzer, does an excellent job of discussing how the Bale/Doneen Method places emphasis on early detection. The article also shares Amy’s journey in nursing that lead to her current position as Medical Director of the Heart Attack and Stroke Prevention Center.
Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing – Spring 2014 The journal article, “8-Year Outcomes of a Program for Early Prevention of Cardiovascular Events: A Growth-Curve Analysis,” by Bradley Bale, MD, and Amy Doneen, MSN, ARNP, along with other authors, covers recent research undertaken to evaluate the effect of the Bale/Doneen Method on lipoproteins and carotid intima-media thickness (IMT) for cardiovascular disease prevention and reduction. Findings suggest that the Bale/Doneen Method is effective in generating a positive effect on the atherosclerotic disease process by achieving regression of disease in the carotid arteries.
OralSystemicLink.net (video presentation) – April 25, 2014 Amy Doneen, MSN, ARNP: Where Disease & Inflammation Collide – Recognizing the Oral-Systemic Connection presented at Bridging the Gap Between Medicine and Dentistry, the Eastern Washington Medical Dental Summit. In this video presentation, you will see how heart attacks and ischemic strokes are triggered by an inflammatory process that can be initiated and exacerbated by periodontal disease.
Clinical & Experimental Cardiology – April 5, 2014 The manuscript, “A Guarantee of Arterial Wellness: New Era of Cardiovascular Medicine,” by Bradley Bale, MD and Amy Doneen, MSN, ARNP was published in the Journal of Clinical & Experimental Cardiology in April 2014. This landmark publication is the first of its kind, suggesting that clinicians step up and stand behind their work.Spokesman Review – February 4, 2014 The Health section of the February 2, Spokesman Review featured Amy Doneen and The HASPC in an article called “A Brush with Danger.” The article discusses studies that have linked gum disease to cardiovascular disease, putting people at higher risk of diabetes, heart attack and stroke. Also highlighted in the article is HASPC patient, periodontist Lauralee Nygaard, who learned that her own gum health may have helped lead to a stroke at age 37.
World Lifestyle – February 4, 2014 On February 4, the World Lifestyle website featured an article called “Could a Daily Dark Chocolate Fix Help Your Heart?” Amy Doneen is quoted and shares five simple lifestyle changes you can employ immediately to reduce heart disease risk — and even enjoy the experience.
Natural Solutions – February 1, 2014 On February 1, the Natural Solutions website featured an article, “Knowledge is Power: 6 Heart Attack Warning Signs Women Often Ignore,” by Bradley Bale, MD, Amy Doneen, ARNP, and Lisa Collier Cool. The article discusses why women’s heart attacks are often missed by the woman having the attack, by their family and friends, and even by the medical community. The article also shares six early warning signs of heart attack in women and why women are so often misdiagnosed.
Spry Living – February 1, 2014 The Spry Living website featured an article written by Amy Doneen, ARNP and Bradley Bale, MD. The article, “Why Healthy People Have Heart Attacks,” discusses how it’s possible for someone with a clean bill of cardiac health end to up in the ER clutching his or her chest. The article offers insights into what really causes heart disease and why standard risk assessments routinely miss crucial warning signs.
Austin Woman Magazine – February 2014 Issue In the February issue of Austin Woman Magazine, Amy Doneen is quoted in an article called “Keeping Heart Healthy: What Women Need to Know About Cardiovascular Disease.” The article discusses why women with cardiovascular disease are commonly misdiagnosed and what women need to know to protect their own health.
Alternative Medicine – February 2014 Issue Listed in the “What’s on Our Reading List” section in the February issue of Alternative Medicine, is “Beat The Heart Attack Gene: The Revolutionary Plan to Prevent Heart Disease, Stroke, and Diabetes” (Wiley, 2013) by Bradley Bale, MD, and Amy Doneen, ARNP, with Lisa Collier Cool. The listing refers to the book as a “new model for understanding and preventing heart disease.”
Max Sports & Fitness – February 2014 Issue The “Heart Health News & Facts” article published in the February issue of Max Sports & Fitness, quotes Amy Doneen within the section called The Statin Debate. Amy responds to the new cardiovascular prevention guidelines recently released by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology (AHA/ACC).
Expert Beacon Article – January 27, 2014 Amy Doneen’s article, “Simple Lifestyle Changes that Will Boost Your Heart Health,” was published on January 27, in Expert Beacon. The article features a variety of simple lifestyle changes that offer remarkably powerful protection against a heart attack, cutting risk by up to 800 percent.
Prime Magazine – December/January Issue The Dec/Jan issue of Prime Magazine featured an article called, “Beat the Heart Attack Gene: Arming People with Action Steps for Taking Control of Their Heart Health.” The article discussed the recently published book, “Beat the Heart Attack Gene,” by Amy Doneen and Dr. Bradley Bale, released on Feb 4, 2014.
Prime Magazine – August / September 2013
Amy Doneen and the HASPC received several pages of coverage in the August / September issue of Prime Magazine, a print publication from PrimeSpokane.com. The article, titled: “What’s Your Hidden Heart Attack Risk?
” by Alex Ashley, is featured in the Health Section. The article covers the comprehensive preventative protocol for assessing heart attack risk as practiced by The HASPC. The article also stresses the many reasons why this approach is preferred over the current standard of care which focuses on patient “rescue” after a heart attack occurs.
NEWS-Line Nurse Practitioners Publication – August 2013 The August 2013 issue of NEWS-LINE “Nurse Practitioners” publication features Amy Doneen and The HASPC as its cover story. Using a Q&A format, the article is featured on pages 4 – 6 of the publication. To access this article, just click this link to go to the virtual magazine edition of this publication.
KSPS TV Spokane – February 16, 2012 The Bale/Doneen Method is linked as a reference related to a television segment airing on Dental Health — Thursday, February 16, 2012 on Spokane’s KSPS TV. This segment focuses on gum disease and its relationship to diabetes and heart disease and airs at 7pm Pacific. A repeat will air on Sunday, February 19, 2012 at 1 pm Pacific.