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Monmouth Medical Center Program Provides Alternative to ER Crisis Units

When major changes or catastrophic life events occur, those with mental illnesses are more susceptible and vulnerable to experiencing crises. In an effort to...

MRIs May Cause Unneeded Mastectomies in Older Women

The growing use of MRI in breast cancer patients may be leading to unnecessary breast removal in older women, according to a large new...

Metformin May Lower Risk of Prostate Cancer Death, Researchers Say

Diabetic men using the drug had higher survival rates in cancer study Metformin, a widely used diabetes drug, may reduce the risk of dying...

Armenian Man Thanks North Shore-LIJ Doctors for Life-Saving Surgeries

Three months to the day after being admitted to North Shore University Hospital (NSUH) for treatment of brain seizures, a 30-year-old Armenian man had...

EyeYon’s Noninvasive Answer To a Common Eye Problem

The Israeli company’s special therapeutic contact lenses offer a novel way to treat painful corneal edema. You may not have heard of corneal edema,...

Eating a Big Breakfast Fights Obesity and Diabetes

Tel Aviv University study shows that a high-calorie breakfast — including a piece of chocolate cake — protects against diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular problems...

Lymphoma Risk Varies for Celiac Disease Patients

Blood cancer more common for those with continuing intestinal damage, study found Celiac disease patients with ongoing intestinal damage have a higher risk for...

EyeYon’s Noninvasive Answer To a Common Eye Problem

The Israeli company’s special therapeutic contact lenses offer a novel way to treat painful corneal edema. You may not have heard of corneal edema,...

300+ Raise $2 Million in Benefit Ride for Camp Simcha

At 7:30 a.m. on July 31, in Asbury Park, N.J., more than 300 cyclists kicked off Chai Lifeline’s fourth annual Bike4Chai fundraiser. The two-day,...

FDA Defines ‘Gluten-Free’ for Food Labels

Rule will benefit millions of Americans with celiac disease That loaf of bread or can of soup may be labeled "gluten-free," but is it...

Most U.S. Babies Are Now Breast-Fed, CDC Says

The number of American babies who are breast-fed continues to rise, according to a new U.S. government report. Between 2000 and 2010, the number...

North Shore University Hospital Among Eight Facilities Nationwide Honored for Excellence in Palliati

North Shore University Hospital’s (NSUH) Palliative Care program was named a Circle of Life Award honoree at last week’s 21st Annual Leadership Summit of...

Transplants from Pigs May Help Diabetics

Alpha-1, a natural blood protein that fights inflammation, protects transplanted animal pancreatic islets – where insulin is produced – from rejection by the human...

Chronic Conditions and Medications That Can Lead to Sexual Dysfunction

Sexual dysfunction often refers to different symptoms in men and women, yet can share similar underlying causes. In women, it is often characterized by...

Keeping Kids Safe: North Shore-LIJ Trains Police and Youth in Car Seat Safety

The North Shore-LIJ Health System announced that 16 Nassau County Police Department (NCPD) young adult Explorers were among the latest group of community members...

Bionic Contact Lenses Turn Touch Into Vision

A new Israeli approach to providing sight to people with vision impairment uses a technique known as sensory substitution. Much in the way Braille...

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