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A state-of-the-art Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is set to open in late 2019 on the southwest lawn of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum site in Uniondale.  The hospital purchased … more
A third of workers who have the flu still report to work, according to a new public health survey of New York metro area residents commissioned by South Nassau Communities Hospital. Men 50 and … more
In a bite-sized tome, local author Gloria Davidson joins with Hope Stanger to map a to weight loss, where the power of positive speaking plays a big role. This book, “Weigh Your Words and … more
It is the “the witching hour,” around 4:30 pm, when darkness descends swiftly on the streets of New York, and exhausted children and their parents tend to quarrel. But my son Joel, now … more
For the first time since her son, Aryeh Natan Glassman, died of a heroin overdose in May, Rebecca Glassman delivered her message that the Orthodox Jewish … more
Rebecca Glassman of West Hempstead spoke at a gathering in Woodmere that confronted the issue of adiction … more
I was the middle school kid cut from every single athletic team. No sparkly uniforms or “spirit days” for me. But, thanks to my parents’ perseverance, I became a gym devotee in high … more
LAWRENCE, Kan. — Joanna Slusky places a test tube into an incubating shaker, flips the switch, and it begins to quiver. So does she. “I’m excited,” she said, showing off … more
“I’m going to say three words,” said Lauren Totaro, national program coordinator for the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America. “The words are apple, table and penny. Can … more
Achieving greatness is the theme of a seminar being conducted by Rabbi Immanuel Yosef Legomsky, MA, neurotherapist, a PTSD trauma expert and director of Israel Trauma Care. Rabbi Legomsky’s … more
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