Coronavirus Survivor Story: New Father Overcomes Severe Case Of COVID-19, Finally Gets To Hold Son After 54 DaysIt will be quite a special Father's Day this Sunday for a New Hyde Park dad who just recently met his infant son, who was born back in March.
Coronavirus Drug Exclusive: Meet The Doctor Behind The Hydroxychloroquine Treatment, And What's Next For Its UseIt's been criticized as unproven, but now a major hospital in New York is launching a clinical trial based on the treatment.
Long Island Businesses Reach Out To Young Workers With Student Loan HelpWith the cost of living being so high on Long Island, employers are having a hard time finding, and keeping good workers.
Six-Year-Old Boy Thanks Long Island Doctors, Students Who Saved His LifeErblin Sllamniku speaks no English, but it didn't require an interpreter to read his smiles and hugs as doctors, students, and volunteers from Gift of Life brought him and his father to Long Island.
'He Gave Me New Life:' LI Heart Doctor Honored On Valentine's DayOn Tuesday, several heart patients at St. Francis Hospital in Roslyn extended their gratitude to the doctors who helped them through trying times.
Homeless Man Faces Charges In St. Francis Hospital BurglaryAn arrest has been made in connection with a burglary last Sunday at a Nassau County hospital.
Nassau Police: Man Put On Scrubs, Burglarized St. Francis HospitalPolice in Nassau County were searching Tuesday for a man who donned hospital scrubs and stole some items from a local hospital.
LI Hospital Volunteers, 90 And 93, Spread CheerThe pair brought New Year's hats and cookies to patients as they stopped by rooms at St. Francis Hospital in Roslyn on Tuesday.
L.I. Doctor Successfully Performs Surgery On 2 Russian Girls Through Gift Of Life ProgramKatya Lebedeva, 15, and Anastasia Bakhtiarova, 10, are from the same small village in Russia. They were both given only a few more years to live because of congenital heart defects.
Experts Warn Allergy Season Could Be Worse Due To Superstorm SandyThere could be a one-two punch this allergy season. That's because the normal springtime allergies could be coupled with mold hidden behind the walls of homes flooded by Sandy.
Could The Big Game Be Bad For Your Heart?Dr. Richard Shlofmitz from St. Francis Hospital says screaming at the TV while chowing down on unhealthy foods isn't the best combination for your heart.
Seniors Honored For Volunteer Work At St. Francis Hospital On LIVolunteer Bob Kirsch said that he simply felt blessed for all that has been given to him and wanted to give back to others.
Conn. Woman, 2 Girls Hurt After Being Trapped By Falling BranchA woman and two young girls were hospitalized after being trapped under a large tree limb in Hartford while watching a little league baseball game.