Looking for the Best Pulmonologist in NYC? - Blog Post

Looking for the Best Pulmonologist in NYC?

Tags: , , | Published: 2017/09/29

If you have respiratory issues, your family care physician may recommend that you see a pulmonologist for more specialized treatment. Doing some research can ensure that you feel comfortable with your pulmonologist’s qualifications and training and confident in the care you receive. In this blog, Dr. Marc X. Bowen of MXBowen, Physician P.C., Health & […]

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What Does it Mean to Have an Abnormal X-Ray? - Blog Post

What Does it Mean to Have an Abnormal X-Ray?

Tags: , , | Published: 2017/08/31

An abnormal chest X-ray can cause a lot of anxiety and questions. Until you get more information, you’ll wonder what caused the abnormal reading and exactly what it means for you. In this blog, NYC pulmonologist Dr. Marc Bowen of MX Bowen, Physician P.C., Health & Breathing Center explains what it means to have an […]

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What is Involved in Pulmonary Function Testing? - Blog Post

What is Involved in Pulmonary Function Testing?

Tags: , , | Published: 2017/07/31

If you have a chronic cough, shortness of breath, or other breathing issues, your doctor may suggest pulmonary function testing to measure how well your lungs are working. In this blog, New York City pulmonologist Dr. Marc X. Bowen of MX Bowen, Physician P.C., Health & Breathing Center explains what’s involved in pulmonary function testing. […]

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Should I Be Worried about my Shortness of Breath? - Blog Post

Should I Be Worried about my Shortness of Breath?

Tags: , , , | Published: 2017/06/30

Healthy adults take about 30,000 breaths a day, and most of the time, it takes no conscious effort and you don’t even pay attention to it. When you experience shortness of breath (dyspnea), however, it can be worrisome and leave you wondering what’s wrong. In this blog, New York City pulmonologist Dr. Marc Bowen of […]

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What is a Pulmonary Function Test? - Blog Post

What is a Pulmonary Function Test?

Tags: , , , | Published: 2017/06/01

If you’re experiencing symptoms such as chronic cough or shortness of breath, your doctor may want to perform a pulmonary function test to gain more information about your condition. In this blog, New York City pulmonologist Dr. Marc Bowen of MXBowen, Physician P.C., Health & Breathing Center explains what a pulmonary function test is and […]

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Do I Have Chronic Cough? - Blog Post

Do I Have Chronic Cough?

Tags: , , , | Published: 2017/05/01

Coughing performs an important function since it helps keep your lungs clear and also prevents infection. An occasional cough is nothing to worry about, but a persistent, chronic cough is a sign that an underlying medical problem exists. In this blog, NYC pulmonologist/lung doctor Dr. Marc Bowen of MXBowen, Physician P.C., Health & Breathing Center […]

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When is Lung Cancer Screening Recommended? - Blog Post

When is Lung Cancer Screening Recommended?

Tags: , , , | Published: 2017/03/31

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death for both men and women, killing more people each year than colon, breast, and prostate cancer combined. It often doesn’t cause any symptoms until it has reached an advanced stage and is more difficult to treat. That’s why early detection is crucial to improving survival rates. […]

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What You Need to Know about a Nitric Oxide Test for Asthma - Blog Post

What You Need to Know about a Nitric Oxide Test for Asthma

Tags: , , , | Published: 2017/02/28

Asthma can sometimes be difficult to diagnose. You may wheeze or cough, but may not necessarily be doing this when you see your doctor. Fortunately, there’s a test available that, combined with other information, can help confirm the presence of asthma. In this blog, pulmonologist Dr. Marc Bowen of MXBowen Physician P.C., Health & Breathing […]

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What are the Dangers of Untreated Sleep Apnea? - Blog Post

What are the Dangers of Untreated Sleep Apnea?

Tags: , , | Published: 2017/01/31

Sleep apnea is a common disorder that affects an estimated 22 million Americans, but around 80 percent of moderate and severe cases are undiagnosed. This lack of diagnosis and treatment means that many people have serious symptoms and have an increased risk of developing several dangerous chronic health issues. In this blog, NYC pulmonologist Dr. […]

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What Are the Top Causes of Shortness of Breath? - Blog Post

What Are the Top Causes of Shortness of Breath?

Tags: , , | Published: 2017/01/02

In some cases, it’s perfectly normal to feel out of breath. If you’ve been exercising, for example, or at a high altitude, you may temporarily feel short of breath without necessarily having a reason to be concerned. But if you feel shortness of breath without an obvious reason, it can be a signal that you […]

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