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When is a Fluttering Heart Cause for Concern?

When is a Fluttering Heart Cause for Concern?

Know that feeling when your heart skips a beat? It’s a fairly common sensation and may not be any cause for alarm - you might just be nervous or stressed (or if certain poets and songwriters are to be believed, falling in love). However, it could be a symptom of...

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Can Losing Weight Prevent Heart Disease?

Can Losing Weight Prevent Heart Disease?

Obesity has long been understood to be a contributor to harmful long-term cardiovascular conditions, but recent research indicates that being overweight may be more directly related to heart disease than previously thought. While no two bodies are exactly alike and...

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COVID And Your Heart

COVID And Your Heart

The novel coronavirus has impacted every aspect of our lives, and people today are more susceptible to fear and misinformation than ever before. However, on the bright side and our credit, healthcare professionals have learned so much about the virus and implemented...

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What’s the Best Diet for Reducing Your Cholesterol?

What’s the Best Diet for Reducing Your Cholesterol?

According to the CDC, over 100 million Americans have high cholesterol. While this chemical compound is not always bad and in fact can be necessary to a number of biological functions, high cholesterol levels can result in buildup of plaque which clogs the arteries,...

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Working Out In The Summer Time

Working Out In The Summer Time

Summer is a perfect time of year to be active outside, with a massive wealth of exercise options available for fun in the sun. Of course, as we get into the hottest part of the year, it doesn’t take as much to break a sweat, and just living with the heat can be...

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Covid-19 & Alcoholism: The Effect On Your Heart

Covid-19 & Alcoholism: The Effect On Your Heart

It may be just a bit of an understatement to say that the COVID-19 has caused some unwelcome disruptions to our day-to-day lives. Our routines have been drastically altered in the past few months, with most of us spending more time than ever cooped up at home. In...

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Issues With False Positive Coronavirus Testing

Issues With False Positive Coronavirus Testing

Our Head Cardiologist, Dr. Robert Segal, was featured on CBS New York News where he touched on the issues some people have been facing with false positive Covid-19 Testing. Watch the full interview here: Want to see more content? Subscribe to our YouTube Channel...

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