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'Broken Heart Syndrome' Is Real, According to a Cardiologist

'Broken Heart Syndrome' Is Real, According to a Cardiologist

April 24, 2018  |  The Independent

According to Dr. Nicole Harkin, a cardiologist and clinical assistant professor at New York University, who spoke to The Independent: “Broken heart syndrome occurs when a person’s heart pump function temporarily decreases in response to intense physical or emotional stress.” READ MORE

Can the Keto Diet Mess With Your Cholesterol? Here's What Heart Doctors Had to Say

Can the Keto Diet Mess With Your Cholesterol? Here's What Heart Doctors Had to Say

March 13, 2018  |  MSN Lifestyle

"In general, keto diets involve high intake of animal products, which contain a lot of saturated fat and animal protein," said Nicole Harkin, MD, a board-certified cardiologist, and lipidologist and clinical instructor of cardiology at NYU Langone. READ MORE

Doctor Confirms the Existence of the Syndrome

Doctor Confirms the Existence of the Syndrome "Broken Heart"

January 15, 2018  |  Steemit

If you ever felt that your heart was breaking in half, you would remember the amount of pain and sadness associated with this "killer" sensation for a long time. READ MORE

A Risk You Can't Run Off: How Celebrity Fitness Guru and Biggest Loser Host Suffered a Heart Attack Due to Genetics

A Risk You Can't Run Off: How Celebrity Fitness Guru and Biggest Loser Host Suffered a Heart Attack Due to Genetics

January 9, 2018  |  Daily Mail

Dr. Ghalchi said: 'Unfortunately heart disease often goes undetected until an event like a heart attack occurs.' READ MORE

8 Ways to Improve Your Grades if You are Under Performing

8 Ways to Improve Your Grades if You are Under Performing

November 17, 2017  |  College Puzzle / Stanford University

You may have gotten away with underperforming occasionally in high school, but you are paying for your college education, and you need to make the most out of it. This means that if you are underperforming now, you have to find ways to nip that problem right in the bud. READ MORE

10 Ways Students Can Be Productive During Summer Break

10 Ways Students Can Be Productive During Summer Break

May 15, 2017  |  College Puzzle / Stanford University

"Make sure that you are eating healthy, and that you are getting plenty of exercise. It’s summer. Get out there and enjoy it by swimming, biking,” suggests cardiologist Michael Ghalchi MD. READ MORE

Facebook Live: Top NYC Cardiologist Discusses ObamaCare

Facebook Live: Top NYC Cardiologist Discusses ObamaCare

November 10, 2016  |  Bold

Today for #SalonTalks on Facebook Live, at 12 PM ET, we will sit down with Dr. Michael Ghalchi to talk about the presidential debate, Obamacare and Bill Clinton’s recent comments on the Affordable Care Act. READ MORE

Trump and Clinton Have Similar ObamaCare Results

Trump and Clinton Have Similar ObamaCare Results

November 3, 2016  |  The Hill

The candidates have vastly different perspectives on the role and responsibility of government in the administration of healthcare. One area where both parties agree is the prohibition of coverage denials based on pre-existing conditions. READ MORE

Watch What You Eat: The Do’s and Don’ts of Social Business Dining

Watch What You Eat: The Do’s and Don’ts of Social Business Dining

September 24, 2016  |  CBS New York

While you may be making crucial business deals over dinner, are you making the best decisions when it comes to your health? READ MORE

Health Risks of Coffee Don’t Amount to Hill of Beans

Health Risks of Coffee Don’t Amount to Hill of Beans

September 14, 2016  |  Daily News

“Whether you like drip or cold brewed, espresso or double venti half sweet non-fat caramel macchiato, the question of the heart health consequences of coffee consumption is one I hear often,” says Dr. Michael Ghalchi, cardiologist and medical director at Manhattan Cardiovascular Associates. READ MORE

A New Technology is on the Horizon

A New Technology is on the Horizon

January 27, 2016  |  Fox News

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Diet and the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease: Physicians’ Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices

Diet and the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease: Physicians’ Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices

March 14, 2015  |  ACC 2015 Scientific Sessions

Physicians believe diet is important in CVD prevention, but practical knowledge and self-reported training in nutrition is suboptimal. READ MORE

Relationship Between Cardiovascular Disease Knowledge and Race/Ethnicity, Education, and Weight Status

Relationship Between Cardiovascular Disease Knowledge and Race/Ethnicity, Education, and Weight Status

January 1, 2012  |  Clinical Cardiology

Effective prevention strategies for at-risk populations need to escalate CVD knowledge and awareness among the undereducated and minority women. READ MORE

Misperception of Body Size and Barriers to Weight Loss Among Families

Misperception of Body Size and Barriers to Weight Loss Among Families

May 12, 2011  |  AHA 2011 Quality of Care and Outcomes Research in Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke

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Obesity and Intergenerational Misperception of Body Size Prevalent Among Women and their Children

Obesity and Intergenerational Misperception of Body Size Prevalent Among Women and their Children

March 22, 2011  |  AHA 2011 Cardiovascular Disease and Epidemiology and Prevention Conference

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