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Dr. Stuart Garay

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Managing Partner

Local Address: New York City, New York, United States
New York Pulmonary Associates
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member of the Health Care Advisory Board
    ITM Hospitality Fund
  • Member of Healthcare Advisory Board
    Foundation For Medical Evaluation

Education

  • M.D.
43 Total References
Web References
It did not seem to matter ...
laugh.askdefine.com, 7 Nov 2012 [cached]
It did not seem to matter how deep of a laugh the laughter entailed, whether it may be a giggle, chuckle, or belly laugh, says Stuart Garay, M.D., clinical professor of medicine at New York University Medical Center in New York.
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www.itmhospitalityfund.com, 30 June 2004 [cached]
Stuart Garay M.D., Clinical Professor, Medicine, NYU Medical School & Hospital Center, Board Certified American Board of Internal Medicine & Pulmonary Disease
Foundation For Medical Evaluation & Early Detection
www.fmed.org, 25 Jan 2005 [cached]
Stuart Garay M.D.
Clinical Professor of MedicineNYU School of Medicine & NYU Medical Center
asthma, according to study author ...
gongwaiyun.org [cached]
asthma, according to study author Stuart Garay, M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine at NYU Medical Center in New York. "But
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Nobody knows how laughter brings on asthma, but it might involve hyperventilating, Dr. Garay said. He noted that exercise was the only trigger more common in people with laughter-induced asthma compared with asthma not induced by laughter (61% of people with LIA vs. 35% of asthma patients without LIA).
Dr. Garay was struck by how common laughter-induced asthma is. "It's as common as some of the most well-known asthma triggers, such as grasses, trees, pollen, fumes and odors, and it's even more common than dust mites, allergy to animals and molds," he said.
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"It depends on the patient," Dr. Garay said. "For a majority of patients,
Study: 9/11 responders' lungs impaired - Newsday.com
www.newsday.com, 2 Aug 2006 [cached]
When we want to determine if a patient has moderate or severe lung disease we talk in terms of FEV-1," said Dr. Stuart Garay, a clinical professor of pulmonology at NYU Medical Center in Manhattan who also treats patients for respiratory problems caused by World Trade Center dust.
"For every year we live, the normal individual loses 30 milliliters" in lung function, Garay said.
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