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Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement

Dear Valued Patient, Our providers at Manhattan Cardiology are closely monitoring the developments of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) via the NYC Department of Health, World Health Organization (WHO), and U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC). In light of the...

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How to Read Blood Pressure and When to See a Doctor

How to Read Blood Pressure and When to See a Doctor

Manhattan Cardiology’s cardiologist, Robert Segal, MD, speaks to Today.com about Normal blood pressure and how to read it and when to see a doctor How common is it for people to have high blood pressure? How valuable can it be for patients to know their blood...

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Heart Health Apps That Don’t Track Calories

Manhattan Cardiology’s cardiologist, Roshini Malaney, DO, speaks to Bustle about Heart Health Apps That Don’t Track Calories 1. Instant Heart Rate 2. Cardiograph 3. Cardiogram 4. CardioVisual Why is it important for people to think about their heart health...

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Top Heart-Healthy Foods That Also Taste Great

Top Heart-Healthy Foods That Also Taste Great

Manhattan Cardiology’s cardiologist, Roshini Malaney, DO, speaks to Real Simple about The 10 Top Heart-Healthy Foods You'll Love Eating. What is the correlation between heart health and food? Diet plays a major role in heart health. Malaney is quoted saying, "Foods...

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Ways To Boost Your Heart Health

Ways To Boost Your Heart Health

Manhattan Cardiology’s cardiologist, Ami Beniaminovitz, MD, speaks to Forbes about Seven Simple Ways To Boost Your Heart Health. What everyday habits would you suggest to our readers for better cardiovascular health? Dr. Amnon Beniaminovitz was quoted saying: "Daily...

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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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