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2self-logoTamra Judge’s Husband Eddie Undergoes Fourth Heart Procedure In Only 4 Months — Doctor Explains Prognosis
OK! Magazine, April 17, 2018

Dr. George Welch, a certified cardiologist at Manhattan Cardiology, weighed in on the reality star’s heart condition and what his future holds for him. View


2self-logoThese Are the Best Exercises to Improve Heart Health
She Knows, April 14, 2018

Dr. Amnon Beniaminovitz, a cardiologist at Manhattan Cardiology, and SheKnows discussed the best exercises for heart health and why they’re effective. View


2self-logoCan Exercise Make Your Heart Younger? Experts Say Yes
Organic Authority, April 4, 2018

Organic Authority spoke with Dr. Ami Beniaminovitz, Board Certified Cardiologist at Manhattan Cardiology, on why exercise can help us lose weight, improve our mood, give us glowing skin, and even make our heart feel and act younger. View


2self-logo‘Black Panther’ inspires special workout for women in D.C.
Washington Times, April 3, 2018

Marvel’s blockbuster “Black Panther” has inspired a local fitness instructor to devise a special workout for women — and heart health research. Dr. George Welch, a specialist at Manhattan Cardiology discussed the phenomena with the Washington Times. View


2self-logo9 Reasons You Should Return to Work After a Stroke
U.S. News & World Report, March 19, 2018

Dr. Amnon Beniaminovitz from Manhattan Cardiology spoke with U.S. News & World Report on why returning to the workplace after a stroke may be beneficial. View


2self-logoHow to Tell the Difference Between Allergies and a Cold
O, The Oprah Magazine, March 13, 2018

Denise Pate, MD, internal medicine physician at the Medical Offices of Manhattan spoke with O magazine about how to tell, once and for all, the difference between a cold and allergies. View


2self-logo5 Ways to Tell If You Sweat Too Much—and What You Can Do About It
Runner’s World, March 8, 2018

Are your sweat stains normal? Or are they hinting at something more serious? Founder of Medical Offices of Manhattan, Dr. Robert Segal, spoke to Runner’s World about your sweat and if it’s trying to tell you something. View


2self-logoWhat Is Graves’ Disease? Learn More About Wendy Williams’ Auto-Immune Disorder
Life & Style Magazine, March 6, 2018

In an exclusive interview with Life & Style, Denise Pate, MD — an internal medicine physician with Medical Offices of Manhattan — offers insight about the auto-immune disorder and how it might affect Wendy’s health. View


2self-logoDoctors Explain the Risks and Benefits of Taking Aspirin Every Day
PopSugar, February 28, 2018

Aspirin is a blessing when we desperately need some pain relief to power through the workday, but there is such a thing as too much of a good thing. Amnon Beniaminovitz, MD, a cardiologist at Manhattan Cardiology spoke with PopSugar about the dangers of taking aspirin daily. View


2self-logoEast River Medical Imaging Joins LabFinder.com Giving Patients 24/7 Access to Booking and Results
PR Newswire, February 26, 2018

LabFinder has announced that East River Medical Imaging locations are now available to book through their online platform. The addition of East River Imaging provides patients and providers more options for exceptional, in-network care. View


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What Exactly Is a Widowmaker Heart Attack? Jack’s Death on This Is Us Explained

PopSugar, February 18, 2018

If you saw the Super Bowl episode of this is us, you know about Jack. Dr. Robert Segal, founder of LabFinder and Manhattan Cardiology, briefed PopSugar on the dreaded “Widow-Maker heart attack.” View


2self-logo5 Ways to Tell If You Sweat Too Much— and What You Can Do About It
Men’s Health, February 8, 2018

Are your sweat stains normal? Or are they hinting at something more serious? Founder of Medical Offices of Manhattan, Dr. Robert Segal, talks to Men’s Health about your sweat and if it’s trying to tell you something. View


2self-logo6 Harrowing Signs a Heart Attack Might Be In Your Near Future
Men’s Health, February 1, 2018

It’s not just chest-crushing pain you need to be on the lookout for – Dr. Robert Segal (LabFinder founder and Medical Director) speaks with Men’s Health about the multitude of symptoms that can indicate a heart attack is in your future. View


2self-logo9 Little Ways To Avoid The Flu This Season, According To Experts
Elite Daily, February 1, 2018

The last thing anyone wants is the flu. Dr. Denise Pate of Medical Offices of Manhattan speaks with Elite Daily about ways to avoid sickness during flu season. View


2self-logoWhy Trump’s Heart Report Isn’t A Clear-Cut Diagnosis
HuffPost, January 18, 2018

LabFinder Founder Dr. Robert Segal spoke with HuffPost about what President Trump’s heart test results really mean and the dangers of heart disease. View


2self-logoWhat Your Resting Heart Rate Can Tell You About Your Fitness
Self.com, December 10, 2017

Your resting heart rate says a lot about your fitness levels. Our own Dr. Welch of Manhattan Cardiology weighs in with SELF to discuss what your optimal heart rate should be. View


 

2Everyday_Health_logoTips for a Stress-Free Holiday for a Healthy Heart
Everyday Health, December 5, 2017

One of LabFinder’s own associated doctors, Dr. Amnon Beniaminovitz of Manhattann Cardiology, is featured in  Everyday Health on how to stay healthy during one of the most stressful times of year. View


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13 Surprising Reasons You’re Nauseous

Health.com, November 15, 2017

Dr. Amnon Beniaminovitz of Manhattan Cardiology and Dr. Yevgeniy Vaynkof of Medical Offices of Manhattan discuss in detail other causes of nausea including anxiety, heart attack, acid reflux and vasovagal syncope. View


1simplemost_logo copyWhat Happens To Your Body When You Have A Heart Attack
Simple Most, November 03, 2017

Dr. Amnon Beniaminovitz of Manhattan Cardiology talks to Simple Most and discusses the signs and symptoms of a heart attack, what happens to your body when you have one, and what to look out for. View


1MSN_Blue_RGB1 copyFlu Shots Myth and Facts: Everything You Need To Know About the Vaccine
MSN.com, November 03, 2017

Dr. Denise Pate of Medical Offices of Manhattan shows up again on MSN to go over some of the most common myths about the Flu, and what you should know before getting your vaccine for the season. View


1people logoFlu Shots Myth and Facts: Everything You Need To Know About the Vaccine
People.com, November 02, 2017

As flu season approaches, Dr. Denise Pate of Medical Offices of Manhattan talks to People and goes over the most common myths about the flu, and what you should know before getting your vaccine for the season. View


1msw logo copyFive Ways to Keep the Flu From Ruining Your Wedding
Martha Stewart Weddings Online, November 01, 2017

Dr. Denise Pate of Medical Offices of Manhattan helps ease a bride’s dread with ways to stave off the flue for upcoming nuptials, including a flu shot, eating clean, and staying active as the big day approaches. View


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9 Signs Your Hormones Are Out of Whack
Simple Most, October 24, 2017

Dr. Rocio Salas-Whalen of Medical Offices of Manhattan discusses with SimpleMost how some hormone changes are normal and expected, there are others that can have serious health implications.  View


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How To Get Rid of a Sore Throat and Get Back To Business
Byrdie, October 24, 2017

Sore throats can be the absolute worst, and Dr. Deevya Narayanan of Medical Offices of Manhattan talks with Byrdie about what people can do to get past it and get back to living their life.  View


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CDC: Nearly 40% of Adults Have Obesity
Healio’s Endocrine Today Online, October 19, 2017

The obesity pandemic has taken almost have of the United States, and Dr. Rocio Salas-Whalen of Medical Offices of Manhattan weighs in on what that means for Americans, especially the effect on its youth.  View


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5 Things To Ask Yourself Before Taking Antibiotics
MindBodyGreen, October 09, 2017

Dr. Denise Pate of Medical Offices of Manhattans guest blogs on the dangers of taking antiobiotics when they aren’t beeded, and reviews everything that be taken into account before talking to your doctor about a prescription.  View


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You Might Be Low in This Hormone and Not Even Know It
Byrdie, October 09, 2017

Dr. Denise Pate of Medical Offices of Manhattans is featured in this first-person blog account of one college student’s realization that she was low in estrogen, and the effects it was having on her body.  View


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Tom Petty’s death draws attention to dangers of cardiac arrest
NY Daily News, October 03, 2017

The death of Tom Petty rocked the entire world, as a nother legend was lost before his time. Dr. George Welch of Manhattan Cardiology weighs in on this piece about cardiac arrest and what it actually means.  View

 


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I tried working out every morning for a week – this is what I learned
Well + Good, September 05, 2017

Dr. George Welch of Manhattan Cardiology contributes to this piece about the difficulties of working out in the AM, but how the health benefits, such as burning more fat throughout the day, far outweigh the cons.  View


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Cracking the Code on Coconut Oil
KDRV-TV, August 31, 2017

This piece on the benefits and the detriments and side effects of coconut oil, with Dr. Robert Segal, co-founder of LabFinder, filmed for Good Morning America, was refeatured on KDRV, in Medford, OR.  View


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Cracking the Code on Coconut Oil
ABC, WLS-TV, August 31, 2017

This piece on the benefits and detriments and side effects of coconut oil, with Dr. Robert Segal, co-founder of LabFinder, filmed for Good Morning America, was refeatured on ABC, Eyewitness News, in Los Angeles.  View


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Cracking the Code on Coconut Oil
Good Morning America, August 30, 2017

This piece on the benefits and detriments and side effects of coconut oil, with Dr. Robert Segal, co-founder of LabFinder.com, was a filmed and featured segment on ABC’s Good Morning America.  View


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What Causes Water Retention? We Asked a Physician
Byrdie, August 29, 2017

Dr. Karnika Kapoor, of Medical Offices of Manhattan, was the featured doctor in this article on Byrdie.com about what really causes water retention, including diet, travel, pregnancy and stress.  View


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Everything You Need To Know About Rhabdomyolysis (Rhabdo)
Shape, August 24, 2017

Medical Offices of Manhattan’s own Dr. Denise Pate was included in this piece on Shape.com about Rhabdomuolysis, a condition that causes the deterioration of muscle, and has seen a recent uptick in cases.  View


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Question: Is Wine Actually Good For You?
MyDomaine, August 22, 2017

Medical Offices of Manhattan’s Dr. Yevgeniy Vaynkof was included in this piece at My Domaine on the benefits and drawbacks of drinking wine, including lowering the risk of Type 2 Diabetes, stroke, and cateracts.  View


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5 Signs Your Bloating Isn’t Normal
Women’s Health Online, August 04, 2017

Medical Offices of Manhattan and Dr. Deevya Narayanan are refeatured in an article Women’s Health Online addressing what causes general bloating, and when you need to talk to your doctor.  View


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5 Signs Your Bloating Isn’t Normal
Prevention Online, July 31, 2017

Medical Offices of Manhattan and Dr. Deevya Narayanan are featured in an article at Prevention Online where she addresses what causes general bloating, and when you need to talk to your doctor.  View


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Billy Crystal tore a rib muscle from sneezing
Page Six, July 24, 2017

Dr. Joyiti Kini of Medical Offices of Manhattan is included in this piece on Page Six Online about how it’s possible to injure yourself from something as simple and seemingly innocuous as a common sneeze. View


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Could Tick Saliva Save You From Heart Disease?
MSN.com, July 24, 2017

Ticks aren’t as bad as everyone thought. Dr. George Welch of Manhattan Cardiology is quoted and featured in this article on MSN.com about how a tick can actually be helpful against heart disease. View


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Scabies: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment
Live Science, July 12, 2017

Scabies is a very contagious skin condition that’s common around the world. Dr. Kanika Kapoor of Medical Offices of Manhattan discusses what you can to do treate this very commone skin disease. View


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10 Foods You Should Be Eating After 40
Prevention, July 07, 2017

It’s usually what foods you shouldn’t after a certain point. Dr. Amnon Beniaminovitz of Medical Offices of Manhattan gives a pass on certain foods and discusses what you can – and even should – eat after 40. View


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Apparently coconut oil isn’t healthy, is MCT any better?
The Coveteur, June 23, 2017

Manhattan Cardiology and Dr. George Welch are refeatured in this Coveteur article about the myths on coconut oil, and whether MCT oil – a derivative of coconut oil – is where the health secrets lie. View


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Coconut Oil is Actually Terrible for You
Yahoo! News, June 22, 2017

Manhattan Cardiology and Dr. George Welch are refeatured in this article on Yahoo! about the myths on coconut oil, and what has led people to believe it’s a healthy substitute to other oils, even butter. View


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Why People are Saying Coconut Oil is Actually Terrible for You
Cosmopolitan, June 22, 2017

Manhattan Cardiology and Dr. George Welch are refeatured in this article on Cosmo about the myths of coconut oil, and what has led people to believe it’s a healthy substitute to other oils, including butter. View


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Coconut Oil Might Not Be as Healthy as You Think
Shape.com, June 20, 2017

Manhattan Cardiology and Dr. George Welch are featured in an article at Shape.com about the myths on coconut oil, and what has led people to believe it’s a healthy substitute to other oils, including butter. View


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Why a PSA Test is important even if you don’t have any symptoms
NewsMax, October 10, 2016

Ben Stiller recently shared his battle with Prostate Cancer and how the PSA Test saved his life. Dr. Segal sheds light into why prostate screening is important even with the controversies surrounding the test. View


2splinter logoHere’s how to avoid sexually spreading Zika
Splinter (previously Fusion), August 26, 2016

Zika can be transmitted sexually and there are ways to avoid it. Dr. Robert Segal shares his expert knowledge on Zika and why it is important to be tested especially if you have visited a hot zone. View


2crains-mainStart-up LabFinder aims to get patients’ test results fast
Crain’s New York Business, August 16, 2016

Article featured on Crain’s NYB that focuses on LabFinder, and how patients can reduce out-of-network-bills by using LabFinder.com and have access to their laboratory results at their fingertips. View


2huffpost logoWhat to know about Zika and the 2016 Olympics
Huffington Post, August 10, 2016

LabFinder founder, Dr. Robert Segal shares some info on Zika and the Olympics and the importance of getting tested. View


2business-insider-logosLabFinder Founder Discusses Zika on Business Insider
Business Insider, August 5, 2016

Dr. Robert Segal in a live interview online with Business Insider Science section, on the risk of Zika especially for those traveling from the Olympics and other parts of South America and how LabFinder can help them find labs that can screen for the Zika test. View


2prn_twitter_sharing_logoLabFinder.com Announces Empire City Laboratories as Latest Subscriber
PR Newswire, July 28, 2016

Online Medical Test Scheduling and Results Storage Service Continues Expansion of Blood and Urine Lab Subscribers. View


2medcity-news-logoConsumer-facing LabFinder helps patients locate in-network testing
Med City News, July 22, 2016

Patients who struggle to find diagnostic centers in their insurance networks could find a consumer-facing website, LabFinder.com, helpful. LabFinder, co-founded by Dr. Robert Segal, was designed to help patients find in-network labs and radiology centers. View


2healthcare marketerThe Future of Healthcare is in Patient Empowerment
The Healthcare Marketer, June 27, 2016

Patient empowerment has the potential to revolutionize healthcare, and it’s happening at a time when patients have more information at hand than ever before. View


2g2 logoLaboratory Trade Journal Goes Deep With LabFinder
G2: Lab Industry Report, June 6, 2017

A New York City physician has started up a business that aims to be a price and services clearinghouse and records depository for patients wishing to choose specific laboratories. View