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Was that a Heart Attack? | Premier Cardiology | Long Island Queens

Was that a Heart Attack?

Based on the telltale signs most people associate with “The Big One,” you would think that you would know without a doubt if a cardiac event were to occur. Interestingly enough, almost fifty-percent of heart-attack victims don’t put two and two together at the time of their event. Are they just not paying attention? Of […]



Let’s Talk about Coronary Artery Disease | Premier Cardiology | Lake Success NY

Let’s Talk about Coronary Artery Disease

As one of the most common cardiovascular problems today, coronary artery disease is an important topic of discussion between doctors and their patients. Sometimes, this condition is referred to as atherosclerosis. These terms are used to describe plaque buildup in the blood vessels that lead to the heart. The accumulation of plaque narrows the arteries, […]




Depressive Emotions after Heart Attack Should Not Come as a Surprise

Depressive Emotions after Heart Attack Should Not Come as a Surprise

There is no planning for a heart attack. Therefore, the occurrence of such a cardiac event is highly likely to cause what we would describe as “aftershocks,” emotional reaction to the unexpected and potentially fatal experience. Research indicates that there are several common responses that a heart-attack victim may encounter, anger, anxiety, depression, even loneliness. […]




Is Tai Chi the Key To A Healthy Heart? | Premier Cardiology Consultants | Long Island Queens

Is Tai Chi the Key To A Healthy Heart?

As springtime progresses into full bloom, more of us are looking for ways to get outdoors more often, and to get into better shape. Perhaps there is no greater benefit to being physically fit than the general health one experiences. We all know that activity is important to a healthy heart. The problem is, if […]


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