Coronavirus advice: Wash your hands.

Coronavirus advice from Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare. Wash your hands frequently and refrain from touching your face. Recite the alphabet when you wash your hands with antibacterial soap. Use Purell frequently.

Coronavirus Information about travel

Coronavirus concern: What should I do if I come in contact with someone who has recently travelled? Watch Dr. Marc Rabinowitz as he tackles this and other relevant Coronavirus concerns at

Coronavirus Information about senior citizens

Watch this tip of the day from Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare. The elderly are most susceptible when it comes to COVID-19. Please be careful when visiting senior or elderly relatives and friends.

Coronavirus Update

Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare speaks about Coronavirus.
March 12, 2020

How to Stay Healthy in 2020

How to stay healthy as you age.

Remain physically fit.

Find exercise plan that fits into your lifestyle. Strive towards a goal to run a 10K or 5K race or walk, tone your muscles, get stronger and have more balance. Contact Dr. Marc Rabinowitz for exercise ideas at any age.

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Taking Aspirin?

Are you over 70 years old and taking aspirin to prevent stroke or heart attack?  The latest studies from the New England Journal of Medicine provides new information to discuss with your doctor.  There may not be a benefit to taking aspirin as a preventative measure if you are healthy and over 70.

February is American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month

According to a recent article in American Heart Association News, The number of Americans at risk for heart attacks and strokes just increased. An estimated 103 million U.S. adults have high blood pressure, according to new statistics from the American Heart Association. That’s nearly half of all adults in the United States.  (

“With the aging of the population and increased life expectancy, the prevalence of high blood pressure is expected to continue to increase,” said epidemiologist Dr. Paul Muntner, co-chair of the group that wrote the AHA’s Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics—2018 Update, published Wednesday in Circulation. states that heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Every year, 1 in 4 deaths are caused by heart disease.

Additionally, only about one in five Americans gets enough exercise.

What can you do to keep your heart healthy?

-Watch your weight

-Don’t Smoke.  Smoke exposure contributes to about 34,000 premature heart disease deaths a year, according to the American Heart Association

-Control your numbers…get your Cholesterol and Blood Pressure checked frequently.  Take the correct measures to keep your levels in check.

-Drink alcohol in moderation

-Exercise 3-4 days/week for at least 150 minutes of physical activity

-Eat healthy by lowering your sodium and trans-fat intake while eating more fruits and vegetables.  Cut down on refined or processed foods.

-Get enough sleep

-Take care of your teeth and gums

Watch this video from the National Institute of Health video and take the #movewithheart Pledge. Read this comprehensive Heart Health Guide for men and women from The NY Times.