New York Cancer & Blood Specialists (NYCBS) welcomes two new palliative medicine doctors.
Demand for the Covid-19 vaccine far exceeds its current supply on Long Island. But when there eventually is enough supply, will enough people be willing to get the vaccine? The answer is complicated.
Moderna said on Monday it believes its COVID-19 vaccine protects against new variants found in Britain and South Africa, although it will test a new booster shot aimed at the South Africa variant after concluding that the antibody response could be diminished.
Dealing with the various options for senior care can be stressful for those with a loved one in need of assistance—especially during the COVID-19 crisis.
Mental illness has been here since way before COVID and it will continue. And more than likely, it affects someone you know—even if you aren’t aware of it.
Northwell researchers also are seeking to develop a new Covid-19 test that can process three times the number of patients currently served.
Since the U.S. Food & Drug Administration approved two coronavirus vaccines last month, the public should do its part to fight the pandemic by rolling up their sleeves and getting the shot, experts say.
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. The New Year calls for change. Out with the bad habits and in with the healthy ones.
New York Cancer & Blood Specialists (NYCBS), announced Talha Shaikh, MD, MBA, has been named chief radiation oncologist.
Choosing suitable senior care options for an elderly loved one is a difficult decision for any family at any time. There are many questions and challenges, especially now during the Covid-19 pandemic.