Global Leaders At Fifth International Vatican Conference Working On Ways For People To Live Healthy Lives Well Past 100Would you want to live to 120 if you were healthy? What about preventing Type 1 diabetes before it ever strikes?
Wine Waste: The New Superfood?We have all heard about the health benefits of drinking wine, but researchers out of UC Davis say don’t throw out the waste, it may be the best medicine to fight major diseases.
CDC: COVID-19 Variant That First Emerged In NYC Is Not More Dangerous Than Other VariantsThe agency says by April, the variant accounted for 40% of COVID-19 cases in the city.
Recent Studies Show COVID-19 Could Possibly Trigger DiabetesThis correlation between COVID and diabetes is still preliminary and much remains to be worked out.
'Until They're Diagnosed, There's Not A Lot That Helps Them': Young Woman Suffering From Narcolepsy Finds Help At Cohen Children's Medical CenterIt can start as young as 7 but is often not diagnosed correctly until sufferers are in their 20s. It affects about 1 in 2,000 people.
Actress Rebel Wilson Talks About Struggles With InfertilityWilson has shared her weight-loss journey online, and now she has posted something else that has people talking.
Many Parents Left Wondering About COVID Vaccine And Children: 'When It Comes To My Kids, I'm A Little Less Comfortable'Last week, the American Academy of Pediatrics reported children accounted for more than 22% of COVID cases, up from 3% one year ago.
Families Impacted By Opioids Call On New York To Reallocate Funds Received In Settlements For New TreatmentsStates across the nation are beginning to see the first of millions of dollars of opioid settlement funds come in. But treatment experts in New York are not happy with how some of that money is being spent.
COVID Vaccine: Rockland County High School Students Serving As Ambassadors To Get More Young People VaccinatedAs New York pushes to get vaccine shots into the arms of younger adults, some Rockland County teens are stepping up.
New Jersey Easing COVID Restrictions For Bar Seating, Outdoor Gatherings And MoreMurphy said indoor capacity will rise to 50% three days early, on Friday. That will allow proms to take place over the weekend.
Doctors Say Yearly 'Melanoma Monday' Serves As Reminder To Get Your Skin Checked RegularlyDid you know that Monday is "Melanoma Monday?" Sounds cute, right? But melanoma is no laughing matter. It's the deadliest of all skin cancers and has been on the rise.
Road To Reopening: Gov. Cuomo Says Days Of No More Capacity Restrictions For Businesses Are Fast ApproachingWednesday, May 19. That's the day Gov. Andrew Cuomo says capacity restrictions for most types of businesses will be lifted in the state.
CDC Says Anxiety Causes Some COVID Vaccine Side Effects, Not The Shot ItselfThis includes fainting, dizziness, nausea, racing hearts or even chest pain.
Grandparents Of Child With Autism Donate Mobile Sensory Stations To Long Island Hospital: 'Knowing This Could Calm Him And Other Children Is A Godsend'Eight-year-old Louis Abando, of Seaford, lives with autism spectrum disorder. A recent visit to the hospital, the chaotic and loud emergency room, was enough to trigger acute anxiety.
COVID Impact: Staten Island Catholic School Using Special Program To Prioritize Students' Mental HealthIt has been a tough year for kids navigating through a pandemic while trying to learn in school or virtually.