NYU Langone Medical Center
Fingerprints or iris scans to access computers is said to be easier to use and much more secure. But even as technology improves, so do opportunities for hackers.
A new study from NYU Langone Medical Center says those already at high risk need to be careful
On Jan. 23, 70-year-old Moises Dreszer and his wife were walking through Grand Central Terminal around 4:20 p.m. when Dreszer suddenly collapsed and went into cardiac arrest.
A growing number of people are turning to gluten free food, but many are unaware that it often contains a potentially harmful ingredient.
Bellevue Hospital Center has been forced to transport its intensive care unit patients two blocks north to NYU Langone Medical Center, as the staff at the Bellevue ICU are consumed with Ebola care.
Anew study from the University of Sussex found using media devices at the same time could be changing our brains. Those who do it often were found to have less gray matter, the part of the brain that processes information.
The State University of New York announced Tuesday that it has signed a contract with Fortis Property Group to take over the financially strapped Long Island College Hospital.
New research finds sun rays act like an addictive drug and have a similar effect on the body as heroin.
The new Perelman Emergency Center is 22,000-square-feet, more than triple the size of the previous center.
Lhota’s appointment was announced Friday. He will service as senior vice president, vice dean and chief of staff. Lhota lost the mayoral race in a landslide to Democrat Bill de Blasio.
New research presented at the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium looked at hundreds of older patients treated with or without radiation and found no difference in overall survival and very small differences in recurrence rates after five years.
Promising news came earlier this month when the March of Dimes announced the pre-term birth rate of 11.5 percent, a fifteen-year low.
One year ago as superstorm Sandy roared ashore, NYU Langone Medical Center in Gramercy was among the facilities left crippled. But for some expectant mothers, their babies were coming regardless of the conditions.
Next time you head to a public restroom, be aware that a new study says 95 percent of us do not wash our hands the right way.
The medical examiner’s office said Tuesday that the remains were moved from the 30th Street building as a precaution before superstorm Sandy hit.