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

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....
Mononucleosis: Diagnosing & Treating “The Kissing Disease”

Mononucleosis: Diagnosing & Treating “The Kissing Disease”

Love is in the air this time of year, so it seems appropriate to talk about the kissing disease, mononucleosis. Mono is transmitted through saliva, so you can get it from smooching your valentine, but also from sharing a glass or fork with someone who is infected....
When To See A Doctor For A Cold

When To See A Doctor For A Cold

Starting to get the sniffles? Maybe a scratchy feeling at the back of your throat? You know the symptoms of the common cold – you’ve obviously had them before. Like most people, you probably get sick on average two or three times a year. If it’s just a runny...
Osteoporosis: Detecting And Preventing The Silent Disease

Osteoporosis: Detecting And Preventing The Silent Disease

Our bones are made of living tissue that is constantly being depleted and regenerated over the course of our lives. We reach peak bone density in our twenties before regeneration slows as we approach middle age, leading to a loss of bone mass as we get older....
Check Up With Dr. Daniel Kim

Check Up With Dr. Daniel Kim

How well do you know your doctor? In most cases, probably not all that well. At Medical Offices of Manhattan, we couldn’t be more proud of our roster of highly-trained physicians and that includes the brilliant Dr. Daniel Kim. He graduated from Rutgers University with...

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