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Northwell Health's Center for Cancer, Pregnancy and Reproduction helps mom deliver a healthy baby despite a breast cancer diagnosis 16 weeks into her first pregnancy.
The National Institutes of Health has awarded the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research a four-year, $781,920 grant toward sepsis research.
Dr. Roopali Parikh, a psychiatrist who specializes in substance use disorder, has joined Northwell Health Physician Partners’ Behavioral Health Group Practice in Manhasset.
The Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research, in collaboration with the Center for Information and Study on Clinical Research Participation, will host a free public education event called AWARE for All-Long Island on November 7 at Hofstra University.
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Michael Grosso, MD, discusses the flu shot with the Huffington Post.
WHPC talks to members of the Zucker School of Medicine.
Amid the new study, Victor Fornari, MD, notes in Healthline that suicide may be underreported and accidents continue to be the leading cause of death.
Neil Patrick Harris had surgery on his hand at Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital after an accident with a sea urchin caused an infection.
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Michael Dowling explains how addressing bad behaviors — smoking, vaping and drinking excessively — can go a long way in achieving optimal health, and reducing health care cost.
Cut through the confusion about annual flu vaccines with help from Angela Daly, RN.
Celso Tello, MD, explains how taking statins can lower your cholesterol, improve blood flow to the optic nerve and play a role in developing the eye condition.
Richard Lazzaro, MD: With a high lung cancer incidence among the elderly, the minimally invasive approach will be a go-to solution to extend lives.
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Volunteer cuddlers give nurturing attention to premature babies in the NICU at Lenox Hill Hospital.
Nurses, counselors, security and administrators all joined to help young children avoid additional injuries.
Dr. Joseph Brofsky’s recovery from a freak accident in the Dominican Republic has provided a new attitude and quality time with his new grandson.
Driven by patriotism, Omar Bholat, MD, has been a critical resource to several mass casualty events during his time in the US Army.
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