Manhattan Cardiology
Blog It’s more than just chest pain.

Learning about all of the signs and symptoms, not just the ones you see and hear about in entertainment and online, is the best thing you can do for your family (and yourself) in the fight to prevent heart disease.

Posted on March 27 2023
Blog Do You Have Pre-Diabetes?

When your blood sugar levels are above normal but not high enough to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, you are said to have pre-diabetes.

Posted on March 21 2023
Blog Will a Smart Watch interfere with my Pacemaker?

Despite the fact that pacemakers are made to be shielded from electromagnetic interference, some electronic gadgets create electromagnetic waves that could affect how well a pacemaker works.

Posted on March 13 2023
Blog Can Zero Calorie Sweeteners give you a stroke?

With so many health-conscious consumers on the lookout for lower-calorie alternatives to sugar, zero-calorie sweeteners are becoming increasingly popular. But are they really as safe as they seem?  

Posted on March 9 2023
Blog Why Diets Fail: Temporary changes in eating habits rarely lead to sustained weight loss.

The annual observance of RDN Day (March 8, 2023) recognizes Registered Dietitians for helping us lead healthier lifestyles. Let us take this commemoration as an opportunity to distinguish the word “diet” from modifying one’s lifestyle. Diets typically are short-term, potentially restrictive eating regimens that tend to guarantee rapid weight loss. Diets, however, are frequently unsustainable, […]

Posted on March 3 2023
Blog Are you living with Heart Failure?

The phrase "heart failure" may suggest a predetermined fate and a hopeless future to some people. While heart failure should be a cause for concern, many people are able to live highly functioning, successful lives for many years following their diagnosis thanks to contemporary heart failure therapy.

Posted on February 27 2023
Blog What are the first signs of a mini-stroke?

A mini-stroke, also known as a transient ischemic attack (TIA), is a temporary disruption of blood flow to the brain. It is often referred to as a “warning stroke” because it can be a warning sign of a more severe stroke to come. TIAs typically last only a few minutes, and symptoms may resolve quickly […]

Posted on February 21 2023
Blog Leg Swelling May Indicate This Serious Issue

Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a medical issue that occurs when a blood clot becomes lodged in one of the deep veins of the body. This usually occurs in the lower body – either the lower legs, thighs, or pelvis – but clots can also become lodged in the deep veins of the arms, abdominal region, […]

Posted on February 7 2023
Blog Dr. Segal Reacts to Buffalo Bills’ Hamilin Cardiac Episode

On January 2, 2023, Damar Hamlin, a safety for the Buffalo Bills, collapsed on the field during a playoff game against the Cincinnati Bengals. The cause of the collapse was later determined to be a cardiac arrest. Hamlin was rushed to the hospital in critical condition, where he received CPR and other life-saving measures. According […]

Posted on January 9 2023
Blog MC Featured on Landmark West

Medical Offices of Manhattan just opened at 112 West 72nd Street offering specialists in cardiology–Manhattan Cardiology, (its cardiology department), primary care, internal medicine, and gastroenterology. Primary Care Specialist and Medical Director, Daniel Kim, DO, pays close attention to details.  How a patient describes their daily life and clinical or mental health issues all play a part in how […]

Posted on December 6 2022