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What To Eat To Help Raise Low Blood Pressure

What To Eat To Help Raise Low Blood Pressure

Many people wonder what to eat to help raise low blood pressure. Low Blood Pressure (also known as Hypotension) is typically considered to be a blood pressure reading under 90/60 mm Hg. This condition affects many people, particularly as they grow older. Between 10%...

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Chili Peppers May Help Prevent Deadly Heart Attack and Stroke

Chili Peppers May Help Prevent Deadly Heart Attack and Stroke

Manhattan Cardiology’s cardiologist, Roshini Malaney, DO, speaks to Everyday Health about Chili Peppers May Help Prevent Deadly Heart Attack and Stroke Most significant findings: Despite their diets, people that ate chili pepper more than 4 x per week had a 40% less...

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Heart Health Symptoms You Should Never Ignore

One of our Cardiologists, Amnon Beniaminovitz, MD, was quoted by Eat This, Not That! on Heart Health Symptoms You Should Never Ignore. View the placement on Eat This, Not That! He was quoted saying: If you suddenly notice that your jaw or teeth are hurting and you...

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Can I Work Out On Weed?

One of our Cardiologists, Amnon Beniaminovitz, MD, was quoted by Refinery 29 on Should You Workout On Weed? View the placement on Refinery 29. He was quoted saying: On top of that, if you have heart disease or other cardiovascular conditions, you may want to avoid...

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What’s Causing That Tightness In Your Chest?

One of our Cardiologists, Amnon Beniaminovitz, MD, was quoted by Shape on the caused of chest tightness. View the placement on Shape.  He was quoted saying: "Tightness in the right side of the chest (and/or the middle of the chest) can be a sign of a pulmonary...

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Heart Attacks: Signs & Symptoms

Written By: Jossef Amirian, M.D. A heart attack, also called a myocardial infarction, can present in various ways among different individuals. The classic presentation is often an acute onset of left-sided chest pain which is often associated with diaphoresis,...

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Is Your Heart Marathon Ready?

Written By: Ami Beniaminovitz, MD As an avid runner and a cardiologist, I try to closely follow the research on endurance running and its effects on the heart. Recent research has raised alarms about the potential for plaque buildup and scarring in the heart in some...

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4 high triglycerides treatment options

4 high triglycerides treatment options

One of our Cardiologists, Roshini Malaney, DO, was quoted by The Check Up by SingleCare on the 4 high triglycerides treatment options. She was quoted saying: “Triglycerides are a type of fat and the most common type of fat in your body,” states Roshini Malaney, DO, a...

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