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Dr.David Sabgir is today's study in character.
While some physicians might keep extended hours or email their patients or even make house calls, Dr.Sabgir joins his for a walk.
It helps them prevent heart disease, the number one killer in America.
And his nonprofit Walk with the Doc now has more than 160 chapters around the U.S., with doctors and patients getting fit.
I knew something had to change on my end to stay healthy.
I would go anywhere between nine to 12 hours, all sitting at a desk.
You may be working a lot, but you're at the desk sitting.
How far do you think you could walk before you had to stop?
The number one problem I see in my patients faces as cardiologist is a sedentary lifestyle.
I was frustrated at my ineffectiveness to create change in my patients.
How are you?
So, I said how about if my family goes to the park, would you be interested in joining us.
So see you tomorrow at the walk?
The response was phenomenal.
I wanted to talk about how easy taking care of ourselves can be.
There's no better way that you can show a patient that you care about them than by going the extra mile with them.
There's no wait in the office.
There's no fear of bad news.
It's just the patient and the physician talking about whatever the patient wants to talk about.
In the beginning I used to walk a mile or two.
By the end of the year, I've completed a full marathon.
I'm thinking of signing up for my second marathon.
Dr.Sabgir taught me you can achieve things that are really big, but it all starts with small steps.
How many miles do you have in already?
Eighty percent of cardiac disease is preventable if we just go for a walk.
If people just take that first step, they will never look back.
Before we go, two words: sky pool.
Well, actually, it's one word and it describes one awesome swimming hall or suspended pool between two apartment buildings in London.
When it's complete in three years, it will be 10 stories above the ground, 90 feet long,made out of see-through acrylic that's eight inches thick, but it's only four feet deep, so there won't be any sky diving.Get it?
Of course, other apartments could build something like this, they just have to pool their resources.
Given critics might wonder water, they're thinking building this way above ground pool, but it shows that when it comes to aquatic construction, the sky is not the limit.
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