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Tips For A Doctor’s Telemedicine Sessions

Tips For A Doctor’s Telemedicine Sessions

Medical Offices of Manhattan’s Internist, Dr. Robert Segal speaks to Women's Health about tips for a practices telemedicine sessions He’s quoted saying: 1. Use the online paperwork to flag immediate problems—and give the doc a big-picture POV of your health. 2. Check...

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Medical Offices of Manhattan Teams Up With Lenco Labs

Medical Offices of Manhattan Teams Up With Lenco Labs

We at Medical Offices of Manhattan are glad to be partnering with Lenco Diagnostic Laboratories to offer COVID-19 antibody testing to patients who require it. Lenco is one of the largest privately-owned reference laboratories in New York City. As one of the first labs...

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Coronavirus Antibody Test… How Accurate Is It?

Coronavirus Antibody Test… How Accurate Is It?

Medical Offices of Manhattan’s Internist, Dr. Robert Segal speaks to The New York Post about the coronavirus antibody test and how accurate it may be. He’s quoted saying: Cardiologist Robert Segal has been conducting antibody tests at his Manhattan Cardiology clinics...

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How To Wear A Face Mask Effectively

How To Wear A Face Mask Effectively

Medical Offices of Manhattan’s Internist, Dr. Denise Pate speaks to Prevention about How To Wear A Face Mask Effectively During Covid-19. She’s quoted saying: Coronavirus can be transmitted when a person inhales respiratory droplets that are dispersed when a carrier...

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Tips To Stop Touching Your Face

Tips To Stop Touching Your Face

Medical Offices of Manhattan’s Internist, Dr. Denise Pate speaks to Muscle & Fitness about tips to stop touching your face. She's quoted saying: Avoid touching your face especially when a contagious virus is spreading. Viruses can easily transmit by touching...

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The Best and Worst Foods to Eat When You’re Sick

The Best and Worst Foods to Eat When You’re Sick

Medical Offices of Manhattan’s Internist, Dr. Denise Pate speaks to Livestrong about the best and worst foods to eat when you're sick. She's quoted saying: Foods To Help You Recover 1. Tea 2. Honey 3. Garlic 4. Mushrooms 5. Citrus Fruits 6. Ginger 7. Probiotic-Rich...

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Can the Coronavirus Cause Diarrhea?

Medical Offices of Manhattan’s Gastroenterologist, Dr. Andrea Culliford speaks to Shape about Can the Coronavirus Cause Diarrhea? She is quoted saying: Given what we know so far, it's too soon to say that people experiencing digestive issues should take the same steps...

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