Common Myths About the Flu Shot

It’s officially fall, which is unofficially flu season. About 10% of Americans get the flu every year and even though it’s common, it’s a pretty serious illness. Fortunately, it’s easy to decrease your risk of catching the flu with a vaccination, but flu shot myths...

The Link of Sleep and Weight Loss

Medical Offices of Manhattan’s Primary Care Physician, Lisa Alex,MD, speaks to LiveStrong about the link between sleep and weight loss. What are the recommended hours of sleep each night? While needs vary from person to person, most people function best at 7 to 9...
15 Simple Habits Doctors Swear by to Avoid Colds and the Flu

15 Simple Habits Doctors Swear by to Avoid Colds and the Flu

Our own Denise Pate, MD was recently interviewed in Prevention Magazine. She’s quoted as saying: “The flu is spread by droplets that come from coughing or sneezing from an infected person, and these droplets land in the mouth or nose of another person,”...

How to Know if You Should Take Vitamin D

One of our sister practice Cardiologists and co-founder of LabFinder, Rober Segal, MD, was interviewed on Insider Magazine to discuss the worst foods for your heart.  However, some people are unable to get their vitamin D through natural sources. If that’s the...

FDA Approves a New Flu Drug

FDA Approves a New Flu Drug One of our Cardiologists from our sister practice Manhattan Cardiology and co-founder of LabFinder, Rober Segal, MD, was quoted in a Vogue article about a new Flu drug.   After last year’s unprecedented flu season, which caused nearly...

Diet could Stop Cancer from Spreading

The diet that could stop cancer from spreading One of our Cardiologists from our sister practice Manhattan Cardiology and co-founder of LabFinder, Rober Segal, MD, was quoted in an AOL article about using diet to combat cancer.  Every year—shortly after National...