Sen. Frank Lautenberg passed away around 4 a.m. Monday at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell due to complications from viral pneumonia, his office said.
The March For Babies is the signature event of the March Of Dimes, whose focus is fighting to find causes and solutions to premature births.
The opening line of the book is “I sat in the back pew and watched the only woman I would ever love marry another man.”
Most of us have at least heard of “Typhoid Mary.” But Pearl River author Mary Beth Keane tells a fascinating story about Mary Mallon in her new book “Fever.”
Coming up on March 14 is Creative Cups, the very different, very splashy fundraiser to benefit the Adelphi NY Statewide Breast Cancer Hotline.
Among the tips from Laurie Davis, author of “Love @ First Click,” is that you join at least two dating sites – one mainstream site and one niche site.
Monday proved to be a snow day in Connecticut, mostly because people had the same problem they had on Saturday and Sunday. They couldn’t get anywhere.
Westchester County could well get a foot of snow and its communities along the Hudson River could see some flooding as well.
Spokesman George Arzt said Koch died at 2 a.m. at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia hospital of congestive heart failure. The funeral will be Monday at Temple Emanu-El in Manhattan.
There are plenty of things you should seek out during cold and flu season. The power of others, such as the hot toddy, are just mythical.
For many, superstorm Sandy has left many without the basics – power, running water, food, etc. Some people are stranded or trapped where they are.
If you’d like to test your fitness and especially your endurance, you might want to take part in the Men’s Health Urbanathlon coming up this Saturday, October 27, in Flushing Meadows, Queens.
Best-selling author Patricia Cornwell has a new thriller out and WCBS 880′s Pat Farnack talked to her about it.
There aren’t many of the new 3D digital mammography machines around yet, but Rye Radiology in Rye Brook has one.
To honor a loved one, to make an artistic statement, or if you are a breast cancer survivor, you can take a bra and turn it into a work of art.