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Two high school seniors from Staten Island Technical High School are up for the $75,000 Intel science prize tonight for their research on dangerous air around us.
Lisa Frank was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 1998, at the age of 36. She joined us on The Couch, alongside Dr. Lynn Ratner, to talk about her story — and whether a mastectomy is the choice for every woman.
In an age where hospital closings dominate the headlines, the old Pascack Valley Hospital is being resuscitated, brought back from the dead.
The FDA announced Tuesday it has approved making the Plan B morning-after pill available over the counter. But purchasers have to be at least 15 to buy it, and will have to provide proof of age at the cash register.
A Gallup survey on stress in America conducted from January to December 2012 and just released this month found that among those in the Tri-State Area, 43 percent of the people surveyed in Connecticut answered yes to having stress.
For so many families, the premature birth of twins often means the loss of one child. One family credits the March of Dimes for helping them keep living.
- Mother Of Premature Baby Credits March Of Dimes For His Survival 2013/04/26
- Study: More Than 10 Percent Of NYC Adults Diagnosed With Diabetes 2013/04/25
- National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Is Saturday 2013/04/25
- Grandmother Turns Heartbreak Into Advocacy For Premature Babies, Their Parents 2013/04/25
- Brooklyn Family In March Of Babies To Honor One Son, Remember Another 2013/04/24
- Music Therapy Helps Premature Babies At Beth Israel NICU 2013/04/24
- Relieving Morning Sickness, Pregnancy Pains With Acupuncture 2013/04/23
- Gluten-Free Lifestyle Extends Beyond Food Products 2013/04/23
- Study: 9/11 Responders Have Higher Cancer Risk 2013/04/23