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How to Tell the Difference Between Allergies and a Cold

Medical Office of Manhattan's own Denise Pate, MD has given medical perspective in a piece on Oprah.com about "How to Tell the Difference Between Allergies and a Cold." She was summarized as saying: While cold viruses exist year-round, you're most likely to catch one...

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Can You Get the Flu Twice in One Season?

Medical Office of Manhattan's own Denise Pate, MD has given medical perspective in a piece on Health.com about dehydration. She was quoted as saying: That’s because—stay with us here—there are four different types of the flu: influenza A, B, C, and D. Influenza A and...

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How to Prevent Hemorrhoids From Ever Popping Up Again​

Medical Offices of Manhattan and LabFinder's own Robert Segal, MD has given medical perspective in a piece on Menshealth.com about how to prevent hemorrhoids. He was quoted as saying: Finally, keep moving. Being sedentary is connected to hemorrhoid problems, according...

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Unable To Sleep? Blame Air Pollution

You were able to fall asleep for a couple hours when you turned in for the night. But now you’re wide awake at two in the morning. You try switching positions. Minutes pass and you still can’t fall asleep. You close your eyes and count some sheep. That was useless....

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How to Kick a Cold

Medical Offices of Manhattan's own Lisa Kalik, MD has given medical perspective in a piece on WebMD's Diabetes Supplement about how to kick a cold. He was quoted as saying: Kalik How to Kick a Cold "The most important thing you can do is wash your hands often." To...

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13 Surprising Reasons You’re Nauseous

Medical Offices of Manhattan's own Yevgeniy Vaynkof, MD has given medical perspective in a piece on Health.com about some of the reasons you are nauseous. He was quoted as saying: Often there’s a very specific, easy-to-pinpoint cause of nausea, notes Yevgeniy Vaynkof,...

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Cold or Flu: Do I Need To See A Doctor?

When you start to get the sniffles and that scratchy throat, you know you’re getting sick. You’re more than acquainted with the symptoms of the common cold because it’s the common cold. Much like everyone else, you probably get sick on average two or three times a...

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