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Jun, 2019

How Can I Lower My High Blood Pressure?

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What is a Dangerous Level of Blood Pressure? Each person experiences some variation in blood pressure during the day and as they age. Care for high blood pressure generally occurs when readings are higher than 130/80. A hypertensive crisis…

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Feb, 2019

February is American Heart Month

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Did you know that February is American Heart Month? Heart disease is a common condition that can increase your risk of developing heart failure, having a heart attack or having other complications. Find out more about heart disease and steps you can take to keep your heart in healthy condition. Causes of Heart Disease Heart disease refers to several conditions that can occur due to cardiovascular or heart issues, such…

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Nov, 2018

When Should I Get a Colonoscopy?

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Having a colonoscopy is an important part of screening for colon cancer and other disorders that affect the gastrointestinal system. When you should get one depends on certain factors, such as your age and risk of colon cancer. Find out more about colonoscopies, so you can determine if it’s time to have one done. Uses for a Colonoscopy Why should you consider having a colonoscopy done? This test can show…



Aug, 2018

Can Alzheimer’s Disease Be Prevented?

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About 5.7 million Americans have Alzheimer’s, but scientists have determined that in some cases, you may be able to lower your risk of getting this disease. In this blog, the neurologists at Boulevard Medical Healthcare in the Bronx, NY, explain more about Alzheimer’s and how you may be able to avoid it: What is Alzheimer’s disease? Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia, which is a general term for…

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Jun, 2018

Recognizing Heart Problems In Men Before They Become Serious

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  Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men in the US, killing 1 in 4 males each year, according to the CDC (Center for Disease Control). The CDC also reports that half of the men who die due to coronary heart disease showed no previous symptoms. This means men with no symptoms may still be at risk for heart disease. Between 70% and 89% of cardiac events…

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