Tag: health

What to Know About the Causes and Danger of Mold in...

Developing a chronic health condition is overwhelming enough when the source of the problem is clear. But those who live with unknown mold in their homes may never know why they’re coughing, breaking out in rashes, or even struggling to breathe for a prolonged period of time.

Pfizer Covid-19 Shot 91% Effective in Updated Data, Protective Against South...

Pfizer Inc and BioNTech said on Thursday their vaccine is around 91% effective at preventing Covid-19, citing updated trial data that included participants inoculated for up to six months.

VIDEO: Building a Roadmap for Senior Care Decision Making

Finding the best option to care for elderly loved ones and planning for their future can often be difficult and challenging to navigate.

AstraZeneca U.S. Trial Data a Confidence Booster for Covid-19 Shot

AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine performed better than expected in a major late-stage trial potentially paving the way for its emergency authorization in the United States and bolstering confidence in the shot after numerous setbacks in Europe.

WEBINAR: Building a Roadmap for Senior Care Decision Making

When planning for the future of elder family members, necessary information provides confidence and a sound mind which is crucial to make tough, time-sensitive decisions. 

Health Care Heroes Carry Long Islanders Through Covid-19 Pandemic

As Covid-positive patients stream steadily into hospitals, a pandemic weary Long Island can count on its own health care heroes who put their own safety aside to carry them through. Some stand out as winners of the 2021 Bethpage Best of Long Island contest.

What You Need to Know About Colorectal Cancer

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, colorectal cancer is the second leading cancer killer in the nation. 

3 New Vaccine Sites to Open on Long Island College Campuses

New York State will open three new vaccine sites on Long Island in the coming weeks at SUNY Old Westbury, Suffolk County Community College’s Brentwood campus, and Stony Brook University’s Southampton campus.

Nassau Coliseum to Become a Mass Vaccination Site, Curran Says

Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum is slated to become Nassau County’s third mass Covid-19 vaccination site, County Executive Laura Curran announced Saturday.

A Guide to Covid-19 Vaccination Sites on Long Island

Here is a list of all vaccination sites on Long Island so you can keep track and make your appointment when they become available.