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Dr. David Mokotoff

Dr. David Mokotoff is a retired MD-Cardiologist with a passion for writing. He has authored many scientific as well as medical interest articles. His publications include "Remembering Earl" in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), "Why I'm Leaving Private Practice" in Physicians Practice Magazine, "Why I Brought Spirituality to My Medical Practice" in Integrative Medicine: A Clinician's Journal, and "Never Too Late to Fall in Love" in Florida Sportsman. He has been interviewed many times in local Tampa and St. Petersburg newspapers and on television and radio. He has authored a memoir and most recently "Dark and Light: A Short Story Collection." He may be contacted via twitter @DavidMokotoff, his website,, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Bacon and eggs are healthy and oatmeal is not. That's just one revelation from cardiologist Dr. Mark Hyman's new bestseller, "FOOD What The Heck Should I Eat." It typifies the book's thesis and its attacks on conventional wisdom surrounding modern day Western society's search for the best diet. By best I mean healthy and least likely to cause heart disease,...