Amid Conflicting Studies, What Should A Heart-Healthy Diet Look Like?A recent analysis of diet studies claimed that there's no need to reduce your red and processed meat intake for good health. Most every cardiologist from the American Heart Association disagreed.
Junior Firefighters Help Santa As Christmas Arrives Early For Hospitalized Children On Long IslandChristmas came early Sunday for sick children at a hospital on Long Island.
Viral Video Shows Joyful Reaction Of Newborn Baby With Hearing Aids To Hearing Her MomThe little girl is deaf and she's giving hope to families all across the world.
EMS Worker Who Suffered Stroke Out Hospital After Attempted Rescue By Colleague Who Had AneurysmAn unlikely double miracle is shaping up for two men dedicated to saving the lives of others across New York City.
Tiny Seeds, Big Promise: Breakthrough Procedure Helping Breast Cancer Patients In Just One TreatmentInstead of having to go through months of chemo and radiation, doctors are using just one treatment that's much easier on patients, Dr. Max Gomez reports.
New Jersey Man Has Life-Threatening, Soccer Ball-Sized Tumor Successfully Removed From Neck"It was a relatively quicker surgery than we anticipated, we didn't have to do a reconstruction, and he did well," Dr. Nazir Khan said.
EMS Worker Released From Hospital After Rupturing Aneurysm While Helping ColleagueAuthorities said Wang sprang into action when Liam Glinane, a 63-year-old medical technician, had a stroke while driving an ambulance and crashed on the BQE.
Peanut Allergy Treatment Gets Green Light From FDA Advisory PanelPatients are exposed to small, escalating doses of peanut protein with the goal of desensitizing them.
Stem Cell Procedure Offering Hope Of Breakthrough Cure For Crohn's DiseaseThe experimental procedure is just for Crohn's patients who've failed all other treatments.
'If You Have Breasts, You're At Risk': Survivors Urge Women To Get Screened For Breast Cancer, Regardless Of BRCA Status"That's a huge misconception, that women with a big family history are all related to BRCA. That's just one of the genes. Most women with breast cancer will not have an identifiable mutation," said Dr. Elisa Port, the chief of breast surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital. 
Mt. Sinai Hospital Holds Early Valentine's Party For Heart Patients, ParentsAn early Valentine's Day Party was for heart patients in Manhattan Thursday, celebrating love of the life they have been given.