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Everyday we are doing our best to make getting well and staying well easy for you.
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Everyday we are doing our best to make getting well and staying well easy for you.

We are proud to announce our exciting telemedicine service to make accessing Maiden Lane Medical even easier. Between work, child and eldercare, and other responsibilities, finding time for a health care appointment is often challenging. The team at Maiden Lane Medical knows that time is your most precious resource and are excited to introduce telemedicine...

Is It Sanitary to Pee in the Shower or Should You Stop Immediately?
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Is It Sanitary to Pee in the Shower or Should You Stop Immediately?

If you have a health issue like a urinary tract infection (UTI), that bacteria can also get into your pee. Read more about what David Kaufman, M.D., director of Central Park Urology, a division of Maiden Lane Medical and an assistant professor of Clinical Urology at the Weill Cornell Medical School, tells SELF. Read the full article here

Finally, Achieve that New Year’s Weight Loss Resolution with Our Help
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Finally, Achieve that New Year’s Weight Loss Resolution with Our Help

Second only to saving money, losing weight is the most common resolution Americans make at the beginning of each year. Resolving to finally slim down and get fit is a good step toward maintaining your health and feeling better. Unfortunately, most people who resolve to lose weight fail by February. This year, instead of giving...

Bellows Breath Exercises
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Bellows Breath Exercises

Before you reach for that third cup of coffee or sugary energy drink: try a stimulating breathing exercise to increase your energy level and make you more alert and focused. This exercise called the Bellows Breath is noisy, so defining the right space in which to practice is important. 1- Keeping your mouth relaxed and...

Women And Heart Disease
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Women And Heart Disease

It is increasingly realized that heart disease is more than just a male disease. One in 9 women between 45-65 years of age has some form of cardiovascular disease, ranging from coronary artery disease to hypertensive heart disease to hypertensive vascular disease to renovascular disease, etc. By 65 years of age a woman has a...

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