it was not the shoe, Oprah
Of course, most of us have seen the video of our beloved Oprah Winfrey taking a nasty fall while ironically giving a presentation on balance……..very ironic indeed. I watched the video several times and noticed that something other than her shoe seemed to be at fault. After studying her phenogram it became clear that she had a real medical event of the cardiovascular type.
Heart disease is the number one malady that causes death or morbidity for humans all over the world. Moreover, even though no cause of death was reported for her mother it seems that Oprah’s mother died suddenly from a cardiac event. It seems that Oprah suffered an event eerily similar to another talk show host, Wendy Williams, who clearly had a more severe presentation of the condition. Oprah’s was a milder, more short in duration type event compared to Wendy. Wendy’s event was attributed to a thyroid condition but was later found by me to be a separate but contributory condition to her thyroid. I contacted Mrs. Williams and told her to see a cardiologist. I emailed her show and hopefully she heeded my advice. It seems that she did.
To show the high prevalence of this condition, Oprah’s best friend Gayle was recently contacted by me to warn her of her phenotype for the condition that was being aggravated by her stressful ordeal involving threats over her Kobe Bryand interview.
Mrs. King has a family history of sudden death revealed by her own mother who died in her early fifties from a cardiac event. I sent emails to Mrs. King for her to be evaluated just a few weeks ago. Now her best friend is now having the same issue. Indeed, this condition is too prevalent and sadly it is under diagnosed and therefore untreated. I therefore hope that someone has received my emails for Mrs Winfrey and she can get treated and prevented from dying prematurely.
Based on my studies and findings with Oprah, she is still under the gun for having an attack. The circadian parameters that caused her to fall are still active but less so currently. High stress in addition to transits can set off her condition again and it may not be mild this time. March 26 through the first week in April is a time for increased transit activity or circadian effects that cause her heart to malfunction. A vacation during this time, if feasible, and stress avoidance is absolutely necessary during this period. Ideally, she should now be on extended monitoring of her heart via Holter monitor or other device. This is especially true if her personal physician has not yet diagnosed her and put her on the proper medication. Her condition by my analysis is a mixed type of both Brugada and Wolfe Parkinson White syndromes. An EKG may or may not pick this up since the condition may be intermittent in nature. Atrial fibrillation may be the only finding, if any, is found at this time.
Anyone who has contact with Mrs. Winfrey is urged to have her to get to her physician to be evaluated and monitored as soon as possible.