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With a newly expanded, state-of-the-art facility in Riverhead, Stony Brook Medicine’s Quannacut Outpatient Services expands the reach of multidisciplinary, evidence-based addiction treatment across Eastern Long Island.
For nearly thirty years, the FDA had not approved any new antidepressant medications since Prozac entered the market in 1988.
Nutritional supplements and dietary interventions enjoy widespread use in the United States, but most have no effect on cardiovascular survival or outcomes, according to a group of U.S. researchers.
Congenital heart defects involve a structural abnormality of the heart that exists at birth. While overall rare, usually affecting 1% of all births, congenital heart defects are one of the most common birth defects in babies.
Robotic surgery is the next level in the evolution of modern surgery, as Hesham Atwa, MD, FACS, FASMBS, can attest.
Critical to the defense of any medical malpractice claim at trial is neutralizing and eliminating sympathy from the pool of prospective jurors that will ultimately render a verdict as to whether the defendant physician is liable for the patient-plaintiff’s injuries. This is especially true when the injured party is a child.
Future financial needs may be underestimated.
Long known as the Hudson Valley’s premier provider of tertiary and quaternary care, Westchester Medical Center — the flagship of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth) — is raising the bar for outpatient services in the region with its new Ambulatory Care Pavilion in Valhalla.
Low-dose computed tomography (LDCT), offered through the Lung Cancer Screening Program at Catholic Health Services (CHS), can help reduce the risk of death for patients with a history of smoking.
Six aspects of your financial life to review as the year draws to a close