Mental health professionals provide insight into how medical workers have struggled — and coped — during the pandemic so far, and what types of services they might need moving forward.
The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has formed a coalition to end clinical algorithms that use race as a variable for deciding patient care.
The anxieties health care workers are experiencing over the increased attacks are shared by Asian American patients, too. Some have avoided medical care during the pandemic.
Some limited evidence suggests that pain relievers can dampen the immune response. A Long Island doctor explains the best strategy for taking these drugs.
Monoclonal antibody therapies have helped prevent hospitalizations and severe symptoms in high-risk coronavirus patients. But recent viral mutations may render them ineffective.
The fecal transplant solution is mixed and resembles "chocolate milk."
A total of six treatment centers are allowed under the law, but only one other has received a permit for a space, and no other center other than Greenleaf has a permit to grow.
After scores of malpractice lawsuits over three decades, a Staten Island plastic surgeon had his medical license suspended this month and was deemed "an imminent danger to the health of the people of the state."
Giuliani was tested at age 56 when he was in "perfect health," and the former mayor credits the test for alerting him of an unseen threat to his life.
The woman who was mauled by a 200-pound chimpanzee revealed the face transplant she received in May.
Earlier this week, robbers in Long Island broke into the home
Eric Antos Police are searching for thieves who broke into a
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