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Blog | News Autopsy results reveal arrythmia as possible contributing factor to CEO David Goldberg’s death

The husband of Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg died while on a family vacation in Mexico. Local investigators say it was the result of head trauma after he apparently fell off a treadmill. But CBS News has learned that autopsy results suggest Goldberg had a heart arrhythmia that may have contributed to his death, […]

Posted on June 4 2015
Blog Understanding High Blood Pressure

National High Blood Pressure Education Month marks the “kickoff” of high blood pressure prevention and control activities for the year. High blood pressure (HBP), affecting about 1 in 3 adults in the US, is a serious condition that can lead to coronary heart disease, heart failure, stroke, kidney failure, and other health problems.

Posted on May 29 2015
Blog Prepare for NYC Allergy Season

As the weather changes and it gets warmer, the levels of dander, pollen, and other allergens can turn a nice Spring day into stuffy misery. Come in and get the defense you need to have a clear day.

Posted on April 1 2015
Blog Manhattan Cardiology’s Tips for a Healthier You!

Manhattan Cardiology believes in preventative medicine as the core of our mission. National Nutrition Month reminds us how important healthy eating, regular exercise and regimented sleep habits are to keeping us at our best – inside and out.

Posted on March 25 2015
Blog Insight from Manhattan Cardiology’s Dr. George Welch on Preventing Heart Attacks

A good friend of mine asked me recently to evaluate his father for heart disease. A family relative had a recent heart attack and he was worried about his Dad. My major concern when I met with him was his borderline diabetes and occasional smoking.

Posted on February 12 2015
Blog Fight the Flu Fiercely

Getting the flu shot can greatly reduce the risks of severe, and even deadly, affects of the flu. It's not too late to get protected and it only takes a few minutes!

Posted on January 30 2015