Bad Posture Could Be The Cause Of Your Back Pain & HeadachesIf left untreated, poor posture can lead to nerve compression in the back of the neck, which can lead to headaches.
NYIT Selling Most Of Its Central Islip CampusSo what will happen to the land? Some residents have a few ideas.
Study: Lacrosse Poses Just As Much Risk For Concussions As FootballMany families choose to sign their kids up for lacrosse over football because of their fears of concussions, but researchers say young athletes could be in just as much danger playing lacrosse.
Believe It Or Not, Some Colleges Are Offering Scholarships For Playing Video GamesIn the past three years, 50 schools have added esports programs. Seventeen of them offer scholarships.
Fire Breaks Out On Campus Of New York Institute Of TechnologyThe fire broke out just after 10:30 p.m. Sunday on the 10th floor of the 12-story building.
New York Institute Of Technology Professor Accused Of Putting Camera In BathroomA New York Institute of Technology professor was facing charges Friday, accused of putting a camera inside a restroom on campus.
Medical Students Pay Tribute To Strangers Who Donated Bodies After Death For ResearchStudents remembered 38 donors through artwork, music, and poetry.
Islip Graffiti Blasters Ordered Off Property During News ConferenceThe Town of Islip has suffered an embarrassing setback in its efforts to crack down on graffiti.
Police: Body Found Inside Car Is Jasmine JosephJoseph committed suicide and inhaled noxious fumes of some sort, police told 1010 WINS' Mona Rivera.
Family Searches For Long Island Woman Missing Since MondayThe family of a 22-year-old Long Island woman was conducting an all-out search for her this weekend.
Experts Warn Extreme Weather Is Growing More Intense, More Frequent"We're seeing an increase in the extreme events and increase in damage associated with them as we've become more vulnerable," said Louis Uccellini, Director of the National Weather Service.
Simulator Teaches Students A Tough Lesson About Texting And DrivingYou are automatically 23 times more likely to have a crash if you have a cell phone in your hand, but still, experts say texting while driving has become a deadly epidemic.