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Low-Carb Diets Increase Risk of Heart Rhythm Disorder

Low-Carb Diets Increase Risk of Heart Rhythm Disorder

March 8, 2020  |  The Daily Meal

Popular diet trends such as keto and paleo advocate for severely restricting or limiting carbohydrates. But you might want to think twice before taking up that low-carb diet. READ MORE

12 Foods That Make Inflammation Worse

12 Foods That Make Inflammation Worse

November 3, 2019  |  Readers Digest | The Healthy

Just as important as avoiding pro-inflammatory foods is eating foods that have the potential to reduce inflammation,” says Nicole Harkin, MD, a board-certified cardiologist and lipidologist in New York City. READ MORE

Cardiologists - The Best and Worst Things You Can Do for Your Heart

Cardiologists - The Best and Worst Things You Can Do for Your Heart

February 15, 2019  |  The Daily Meal

Your heart is working hard all day, every day; it pumps blood through your veins, spreads nutrients throughout your body, keeps your senses alive, and so much more. READ MORE

Getting Clued Up on Heart Disease Could Save Your Life

Getting Clued Up on Heart Disease Could Save Your Life

February 15, 2019  |  Brit + Co

Brace yourself for a scary stat: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease is responsible for one in four of all deaths in America, and one in four women’s deaths, making it the number one killer in the country, and for women specifically. READ MORE

Physicians' Dietary Knowledge, Attitudes, and Counseling Practices

Physicians' Dietary Knowledge, Attitudes, and Counseling Practices

November 23, 2018  |  American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine

Morbidity and mortality associated with cardiovascular disease can be significantly modified through lifestyle interventions, yet there is little emphasis on nutrition and lifestyle in medical education. READ MORE

Always Stressed: Cardiac Arrest No Longer Peaks on Monday Morning

Always Stressed: Cardiac Arrest No Longer Peaks on Monday Morning

October 15, 2018  |  Healthline

“Stress causes an increase in blood pressure, inflammation, and even cholesterol levels — all of which increases the likelihood of a heart attack, and, subsequently, sudden cardiac arrest,” says Dr. Michael Ghalchi READ MORE

Yo-Yo Weight Loss Can Hurt Your Heart

Yo-Yo Weight Loss Can Hurt Your Heart

October 8, 2018  |  Healthline

“More research is certainly needed, but it adds to the growing body of evidence that yo-yo dieting isn’t healthy for the body,” Dr. Nicole Harkin, a board-certified cardiologist and lipidologist with Manhattan Cardiovascular Associates, said. READ MORE

7 Questions You Should Ask Your Mom About Her Health ASAP

7 Questions You Should Ask Your Mom About Her Health ASAP

September 13, 2018  |  HuffPost

“Genetics are by no means destiny for many of us,” says Dr. Nicole Harkin, MD, cardiologist, at Manhattan Cardiovascular Associates. “It’s important to be aware of any significant family history and, in turn, minimize any other risk factors possible with a healthy diet and lifestyle.” READ MORE

Passing Fad or Fact? Analyzing Benefits of the Ketogenic Diet

Passing Fad or Fact? Analyzing Benefits of the Ketogenic Diet

September 9, 2018  |  High Brow Magazine

To go Keto or to not go Keto? That is the question. While high-fat low-carb diets have been around for a long time, the Ketogenic diet has climbed higher in diet trends in recent years. READ MORE

Why Having a Female Doctor Could Potentially Be Life-Saving

Why Having a Female Doctor Could Potentially Be Life-Saving

August 25, 2018  |  Brit + Co

Dr. Nicole Harkin, MD, cardiologist, at Manhattan Cardiovascular Associates in New York City says, “Heart attacks can look different in women compared to men. READ MORE

The Pros And Cons Of The Keto Diet, According To Doctors And Nutritionists

The Pros And Cons Of The Keto Diet, According To Doctors And Nutritionists

July 10, 2018  |  HuffPost

“In general, keto diets involve a high intake of animal products, which contain a lot of saturated fat and animal protein,” Dr. Nicole Harkin, a board-certified cardiologist, lipidologist and clinical assistant professor at New York University, told HuffPost. READ MORE

Primary Care vs. Research: Which Med School Is Right for You?

Primary Care vs. Research: Which Med School Is Right for You?

June 13, 2018  |  US News & World Report

If you're unsure whether a research- or primary care-focused med school best fits your needs, experts suggest evaluating the areas of medicine you're most interested in and targeting the institutions that provide high-quality training in those disciplines. READ MORE

High Blood Pressure May Be a Factor in Dementia

High Blood Pressure May Be a Factor in Dementia

May 25, 2018  |  Healthline

Researchers say MRI scans can detect brain damage caused by hypertension. That could lead to earlier treatment before dementia symptoms show up. READ MORE

Can Dieting Damage Your Metabolism?

Can Dieting Damage Your Metabolism?

May 21, 2018  |  Myfitnesspal

When it comes to losing weight and maintaining weight loss, diets are obviously a popular choice — but what kind of effect can loss (and, realistically, gaining some back) have on your metabolism? READ MORE

Kelly Clarkson Used This Plant-Based Diet to Get Healthy

Kelly Clarkson Used This Plant-Based Diet to Get Healthy

May 9, 2018  |  Healthline

Kelly Clarkson dropped 37 pounds within a year. She gives credit for her waist-shrinking success to a new clean-eating plan called the Plant Paradox diet. READ MORE

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