Restaurants, amusement parks and hospitals all use billboards to advertise. Now, one couple has marketed themselves on the New Jersey Turnpike in hopes that they will find a child.
A new laser treatment, Precision-TX, has doctors hoping they have an alternative for when other products fail to protect from perspiration, CBS 2’s Katie McGee reported.
A Hudson Valley substitute teacher stood charged Wednesday with selling oxycodone just steps from the Poughkeepsie high school where he was working.
A Queens doctor who also serves as president of two medical clinics in Brooklyn pleaded guilty Monday to an $11.7 million Medicare fraud scheme.
The Manhattan District Attorney’s office says the 58-year-old Hemrajani prescribed medications for the virus that causes AIDS without determining whether the patients had it.
Dr. Matt Curley had gone on an excursion to a site known as “Baby Barge,” a popular resting place for reef sharks and green sea turtles. When the dive ended, he was not with the group.
New York used to be among a handful of states that only allowed physicians and nurses to administer vaccines, but it began allowing pharmacists to give the shots, too, in 2008.
With his wife Anne Sinclair at his side, Strauss-Kahn got into a black vehicle outside the $50,000-a-month TriBeCa town home around 7:30am.
One of the 33 Chilean miners whose dramatic rescue was broadcast worldwide is touring the U.S. to call attention to the suffering of earthquake victims.