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News | Media Six Tips for Preventing and/or Reducing High Cholesterol

Cholesterol is produced in sufficient quantities by the body, but if necessary, it may also be obtained through diet. Dr. Robert Pilchik of Manhattan Cardiology explains how to keep cholesterol under control.

Posted on August 23 2023
Blog What to ask your cardiologist the first time.

When you initially visit your cardiologist, it's critical to collect as much information as possible in order to evaluate your condition and build an effective treatment strategy.

Posted on August 21 2023
News High levels of heart attack protein may increase death risk by 76%

Cardiac troponins (cTn) are a type of protein that can only be found in the muscle of the heart. When the heart gets injured, it lets them out into the circulatory system.

Posted on August 15 2023
Blog What you should know if you are diagnosed with congestive heart failure

Congestive heart failure is characterized by tissue congestion; nonetheless, the phrases "heart failure" and "congestive heart failure" are commonly used interchangeably. To begin, it's important to understand what causes CHF and how it manifests in the heart.

Posted on August 14 2023
News What is the secret to a happier mood?

All that stress may wreak havoc on our nervous system, leading to an imbalance known as nervous system dysregulation, whether we're working nonstop, managing care for several family members for weeks or months at a time, or simply trapped in a web of worry. Is there a secret to a happier mood?

Posted on August 8 2023
Blog How’s your coronary artery calcium?

Coronary artery calcium (CAC) testing may reveal your risk of heart disease, frequently before other warning symptoms arise, in the same way as cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar tests might.

Posted on August 7 2023