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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 Attacks in Women: The Early Signs

95% of women experience early warning signals (called prodromal symptoms) weeks or even months leading up to their cardiac event. [3] It’s important for women to know these warning signs so that they can immediately go to their doctor and get the right test at the...

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Heart Attack in Young Women More Common Than You Think!

Is heart attack in young women more common than you think? For the longest time, heart attacks have been thought of as an old man’s disease. But the fact is—Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women in the United States, killing about one in every four...

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Energy Drinks: Quick Pick-Me-Up or Health Hazzard?

One of our Cardiologists and co-founder of LabFinder, Robert Segal, MD, was interviewed by WebMD to discuss the Effects of Energy Drinks He's quoted as saying: "If you're studying for an exam and have to pull an all-nighter a few times a year, it's probably OK" to...

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Why People with Heart Failure Don’t Make Lifestyle Changes

One of our Cardiologists and co-founder of LabFinder, Robert Segal, MD, was interviewed by healthline to discuss the 90 Percent of People with Heart Failure Don’t Make Lifestyle Changes? He's quoted as saying: “Heart failure simply means that the heart is not pumping...

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Avoid These 6 Worst Foods for Your Heart Health

One of our Cardiologists and co-founder of LabFinder, Robert Segal, MD, was interviewed on Aaptive Magazine to discuss the worst foods for your heart.  He's quoted as saying: This is even more so the case when saturated fats are combined with carbohydrates, notes...

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Young, fit athletes still carry CVD risk

One of our Cardiologists and co-founder of LabFinder, Rober Segal, MD, was quoted in a Healio article about cardiovascular disease risk in athletes.  Researchers found that 11% of “master” athletes had CVD, according to a study recently published in BMJ Open Sport...

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7 Foods a Cardiologist Wants You to Start Eating

One of our Cardiologists and co-founder of LabFinder, Rober Segal, MD, was quoted in a Byrdie article about keeping heart healthy through foods.  Listen up: Cardiovascular disease remains the leading cause of death in the U.S. The numbers make this reality even more...

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