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What Does the Color of Your Snot Say About Your Health?

What Does the Color of Your Snot Say About Your Health?

  As we enter cold and allergy season, a lot of us are going to be feeling a lot more nasally blocked up than usual. It may be gross, but a little bit of congestion isn’t necessarily anything to worry about. However, depending on details including the severity of...

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Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement

Now Offering COVID-19 Antibody Testing Dear Valued Patient, Our providers at Medical Offices of Manhattan 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....

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A Gastroenterologist’s Top 5 Ways To Stop Nervous Poops

Medical Offices of Manhattan’s Gastroenterologist, Dr. Andrea Culliford speaks to Well and Good about ways to stop nervous poops. She is quoted saying: The gut’s nervous system—also known as the enteric nervous system—relies on neuropeptides and neurotransmitters like...

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Here’s What Science Says About The Best Time To Work Out

Here’s What Science Says About The Best Time To Work Out

Medical Offices of Manhattan’s Internist, Dr. Denise Pate speaks to PureWow about the best time to workout. Morning Work Out Pros 1. More Likely To Stick With It 2. More Energetic Throughout The Day 3. May Lose Weight Faster Denise Pate says that the benefits of...

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Flying During The Coronavirus Outbreak

Flying During The Coronavirus Outbreak

Medical Offices of Manhattan’s Internist, Dr. Jyoti Kini, speaks to Bustle about flying during the coronavirus outbreak. Are masks effective at preventing the spread of epidemics like the coronavirus? In what circumstances would it make sense to use one, and how can...

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This Is How A Sugar-Related Headache Happens

Medical Offices of Manhattan’s Internist, Anisha Patel, MD, speaks to POPSUGAR.fitness about Sugar-Related Headaches Are Real — Here’s How It Happens. Can too much sugar, or not enough sugar, cause headaches? Both too much sugar and not enough sugar can cause...

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Dr. Pate Discusses 2020 Health Trends With CBS 2 News

Medical Offices of Manhattan’s primary care specialist, Denise Pate, MD, spoke with Andrea Grimes and Cindy Hsu of CBS 2 News about the upcoming health trends for 2020. Some highlights from the interview: Personalization of medicine and care; taking into account an...

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