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Princes William And Harry Open Up About Lady Diana’s Death, Mental HealthPrinces William and Harry have expressed themselves like never before -- going public with the struggles they felt after the death of their mother Princess Diana.
Surgical Procedure Can Reduce Pain, Improve Mobility For Children With Cerebral PalsyThere is no cure for cerebral palsy, but there are treatments that can reduce pain and movement difficulties for children.
Medical Marijuana Company To Begin Home Delivery Service In NYC, Long IslandVireo Health of New York will begin deliveries Friday to patients in Brooklyn, Queens, Nassau and parts of Suffolk County who suffer from debilitating diseases, such as cancer and Lou Gehrig's disease.
CityViews With Muhammad Ali's Daughter Sheds Light On Upcoming Parkinson's Unity WalkSharon Barnes-Waters sits down with the legendary boxer's daughter, Maryum “May May” Ali, along with Parkinson's patient Bettina Chavanne and walk organizer Carol Walton.
Robot Helps Schoolchildren With Autism CopeThere is a new high-tech tool that helps kids with autism learn – in the form of a human-like robot.
Under NY Law, Insurance Companies Now Required To Cover Fertility Treatments For All WomenUnder New York law, insurance companies are now responsible to provide coverage for fertility treatment to all women regardless of sexual orientation or marital status, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced Wednesday.
Botox For Frown Lines May Be Effective For Treating DepressionUsing Botox to get rid of frown lines may be an effective treatment for depression, a test shows.
Know The Signs: Experts Say Heart Disease Can Develop Early In WomenShould women in their 20s and 30s be concerned about heart disease?
Heart Disease Develops, Strikes Women At A Surprisingly Young AgeShould women in their 20s and 30s be concerned about heart disease? The answer is yes.
Researchers Use ‘Eye Trackers’ To Study Language Development In Kids With Cochlear ImplantsWhile the devices can restore some level of hearing, many of these children can still fall behind in language skills.
Study Finds Trans Fats Ban Linked To Fewer Heart Attacks, Strokes In New YorkTen years ago, former Mayor Michael Bloomberg promised a ban on trans fat would reduce heart disease in New York City and now a new study published this week seems to prove him right.
Killer Tide: Suffolk County Medical Examiner’s Message For Local FamiliesA medical examiner's work is grim and done behind closed doors. The results are not shared with the public. But Dr. Michael Caplan wants people to see what he sees every day.

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