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Andrew Rudin
Dr. Andrew Rudin MD is a Cardiologist in NY.
Dr. Andrew Rudin MD is a Cardiologist in NY.
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Check out my latest blog post where I discuss the difference between how your body reacts to dieting vs fasting. #diet   #weightloss   #healthyeating   #healthyliving  

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New research have found that rates of heart disease are falling across the US, but some areas are declining faster than others. I discuss these findings in my latest blog post. #heartdisease   #hearthealth   #cardiovasculardisease  

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Heart disease is the #1 cause of death in America for both men and women. It’s essential to your health and quality of life to understand which factors could be putting you at greater risk. I explain common risk factors in my latest blog post. #hearthealth #heartdisease #cardiovasculardisease 

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Important changes are happening to the New York Giants line-up. I discuss some of the latest developments in my latest blog. #newyorkgiants   #nfl   #football  

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If only weight loss were as simple as calories in/calories out. In my latest blog post, I discuss 3 common hormone imbalances that could be contributing your difficulty achieving or maintaining a healthy weight. #weightloss   #hormones   #hormoneimbalances   #health  

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If only weight loss were as simple as calories in/calories out. In my latest blog post, I discuss 3 common hormone imbalances that could be contributing your difficulty achieving or maintaining a healthy weight. #weightloss   #hormones   #hormoneimbalances   #health  

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If only weight loss were as simple as calories in/calories out. In my latest blog post, I discuss 3 common hormone imbalances that could be contributing your difficulty achieving or maintaining a healthy weight. #weightloss   #hormones   #hormoneimbalances   #health  

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Thanks to new research published in Cell Metabolism, we may understand another hormone that plays a key role in motivating us to work out. #hormones   #weightloss   #motivation  

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According to the American Heart Association’s latest update on Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics, heart disease, stroke, and other cardiovascular diseases remain the top killer of men and women in the United States. I discuss the findings here. #AmericanHeartAssociation   #HeartHealth   #HeartDisease   #CardiovascularDisease  

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Working over 55 hours a week is putting you at a higher risk for coronary heart disease and stroke. Check out my blog here where I discuss these findings. #heartdisease   #hearthealth   #stroke  
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