With the new year comes a time of reflection. It is when we look back on the past 12 months and remember the ups and downs, the things to be thankful for and the things to avoid in the new year.
It seems like only yesterday Dr. Smarty was nothing more than a dream and a business plan. Now, with the support of those who believed in a far out and exciting plan, those who crafted our idea behind computer screens, and those who browse our pages every day, Dr. Smarty and his team of assistants are coming to life!
Truly there is nothing more inspiring, fulfilling and exciting than seeing something you’ve put so much heart into come to fruition. Here is to connecting the world and quenching the ever-present thirst for knowledge, in this upcoming year and beyond!
From the team behind DrSmarty.com to you, our sincerest and deepest thanks, and have a healthy and healthy new year!
Think of your blood pressure as the push and pull that brings your blood throughout your body, carrying oxygen and other important nutrients to your cells and organs. It is vital in order for you to keep on living, and your doctor or nurse will check your blood pressure with a stethoscope and the velcroe pump he or she wraps around your arm, known as an asphygmomanometer.
But what is blood pressure?
Imagine a world where one vitamin could help build stronger bones and prevent diabetes, multiple sclerosis, cancer, heart disease and depression. A seemingly too-good-to-be-true, once-a-day vitamin that even went so far as to help in weight loss.
With the launch date within eyesight, the team and I thought we’d give you a sneak peek of what’s to come.
As you know, DrSmarty.com will bring together children, parents, medical professionals and charities across the world. This network is held together by the drive of the never-ending human search for knowledge. It is given life by experts in the medical field and emphasizes the importance of children understanding their bodies and how to live a healthy lifestyle.
Interactive videos starring us (Dr. Smarty, Steph, and the rest!) will explain to your children common medical ailments in a fun way that they will understand. Helpful blogs with tips, recipes, news articles and more will provide parents and children alike with insightful reading.
Catch a glimpse here…