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When I made aliyah over a year ago, I was warned that it would be hard. With no family here, many people gave me their contact information … more
There are certain events in our lives that, from the instant they happen, we forever remember details of the moment, exactly where we were and how we felt. I’ve recently added another such … more
Winthrop-University Hospital, in Mineola, and Manhattan-based NYU Langone are in talks to merge. Officials at Winthrop say this “strategic partnership” would benefit the Long Island … more
South Nassau Communities Hospital has been certified as a Level II trauma center by the American College of Surgeons. On July 19 the Emergency Department demonstrated its … more
Ask your doctor: What’s the best treatment for prostate cancer — radiation, surgery, cryotherapy, active surveillance? The most likely answer will be, “It depends — upon … more
HAIFA — Leading researchers, healthcare professionals and supporters gathered at the Rambam Health Care Campus for its annual healthcare summit recently where they showcased some of the most … more
With great tragedy often comes great insight, and such is represented in Rabbi Yehuda Boruch Kamenetzky’s just-released book, “Brainstorm: A deadly tumor. A young man. A story of … more
On May 31, Achiezer introduced SpecialCare+, a forum for parents and caregivers of the special needs community; providing them access to information, support and resources.  “For us at … more
The Gurwin Jewish Nursing and Rehabilitation Center has honored Gary Robinson with its Dorothy & Dr. David I. Schachne award for extraordinary volunteer service. “Gary has devoted more … more
Nassau County Executive Edward Mangano, County Health Commissioner Lawrence Eisenstein and other local officials announced a mosquito trapping and surveillance plan in light of the Zika virus … more
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