Cardiologist Related Quotes

My cranky cardiologist says I'm destined to die in the kitchen.

Drew Carey

It doesn't take a brain surgeon... or a cardiologist... or a pediatrician... or even a policy wonk to figure out that a penny's worth of preventive care is worth many dollars of sick care.

Heidi Murkoff

I've always wanted to be a cardiologist. If I have time I want to study Medicine someday.

Alessandra Ambrosio

Now, a recent study from cardiologists at the University of Maryland, has shown that laughter may have a beneficial effect on the heart.

Allen Klein

My father was a doctor, an army cardiologist.

Deepak Chopra

Things rust, you know, like the heart. My cardiologist said, 'It's a pump; use it - that's the sole advice I've got to give you.' It's the same in playwriting. Don't theorise about it. Do it.

Peter Shaffer

“Imagine. You're rushed into the emergency room. Your chest is tight. Your breathing, labored. Your pulse is faint. A cardiologist appears at your side. Immediate surgery is your only hope. The surgeon's hand reaches toward the instrument tray. At that moment, does it matter whether the hand that holds the scalpel is black, white, or brown?”

Kathleen Sebelius

President Bartlet: There's a delegation of cardiologists having their pictures taken in the Blue Room. You wouldn't think you could find a group of people more arrogant than the fifteen of us, but there they are, right upstairs in the Blue Room.

Aaron Sorkin

I think of guitar players in terms of doctors: you have the doctor for your heart, the cardiologist, then one that works on your feet, your leg. But I believe George Benson is the one that plays all over. To me, he would be the M.D. of them all.

B. B. King

To choose a writer for a friend is like palling around with your cardiologist, who might be musing as you talk to him that you are a sinking man. A writer's love for another writer is never quite free of malice. He may enjoy discussing your failures even more than you do. He probably sees you as tragic, like his characters - or unworthy of tragedy, which is worse.

Anatole Broyard