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Dr. Narayan discussed leadership and the growth of Northwell's Institute for Neurology and Neurosurgery during his keynote address.
Feinstein Institutes Professor Betty Diamond, MD, and her colleagues identified 21 subsets of leukocytes active in diseases.
The new center's multidisciplinary team will provide hope for thousands, including Toni Fabric, a 50-year-old Long Island native battling the devastating disease.
With a 95 percent employee approval rating, Mr. Dowling placed No. 44 among large company CEOs in the US.
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Minisha Sood, MD, speaks with Good Morning America about the ingredients in cosmetics and takes a closer look at "clean beauty."
David Langer, MD and Teo Mendez, MD discusses how excessive cell phone use can have an impact on the human skeleton.
MobileHealthNews covers Northwell's new partnership with NowPow, which helps spot unmet non-medical needs, such as access to healthy food.
Various media coverage highlighting the opening of the new center, as well as the story of Toni Fabric, a 50-year-old Long Island native who is battling the disease.
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Michael Dowling asks how many qualified veterans does your organization employ?
Dr. Jacqueline Moline, director of the Northwell Health Queens World Trade Center Health Program, testifies before Congress on the need to reauthorize the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund.
Nirav Patel, MD, explains why diverse treatment options, cardiac experience and follow-up care play a major role in managing a life-threatening condition.
Ashley Burlage, MD: Playing video games or using your phone is not the root of the musculoskeletal condition, but it can flare symptoms. Here’s what you can do to find relief.
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A stroke altered Simon Burke's life. Now the SIUH employee is picking it back up with the hospital's help
A basketball referee appreciated that a doctor was nearby when he had a heart attack. But anyone can help increase the odds of survival in the case of a heart attack.
Dr. Burton Rochelson's father survived a Nazi death camp, then founded a hospital for displaced persons after World War II.
Arthur Seidman is a stalwart at North Shore University Hospital and the Monter Cancer Center, helping to relieve anxiety for patients and visitors
Kathy Khodadadi with her yoga trainer
Women’s heart health focus of latest Northwell Health Story podcast
Kathy Khodadadi took her heart health into her own hands. Listen to her story.
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