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Maintaining your health is something that is important to everyone, and with the medical advances that are made, it seems as though there are new ways to improve your health & wellness each and every day. Long Island Health & Wellness articles will give you the scoop on the important health issues you'll want to know about, as well as topics of specific interest to Long Islanders.
By Wendy L November 22, 2013
Get ready for another measure that will make it harder for young adults to purchase cigarettes!
By Joe Randazzo November 21, 2013
Health officials believe the Babylon resident came down with Dengue after a mosquito that previously bit an infected traveler bit him.
By Christian Abbatecola November 19, 2013
135 additional Long Island locations have been added to a state list of potentially polluted areas.
By Wendy L November 15, 2013
Home heating cost and repairs during the winter season can be costly. Find out if you are eligible for federally-funded heating assistance through HEAP. Enrollment begins Nov. 18.
By Sandra Stelmach November 14, 2013
Whether you’re a novice or an old pro, you’ll surely be giving thanks for these tips for preparing and carving turkey easily this Thanksgiving!
By Joe Randazzo November 07, 2013
After a judge’s ruling to keep the hospital open in August, SUNY Downstate is once again threatening to shut the Long Island College Hospital down.
By Vickie Moller October 29, 2013
Contrary to President Obama's pledge that people who like their health care plans would be able to keep them under the new Affordable Care Act, more than two million Americans have been told they cannot ...
By Joe Randazzo October 27, 2013
Brett Favre is one of many former NFL players possibly suffering from CTE -a disease spawned from taking too many hits to the head.
By Joe Randazzo October 25, 2013
The recalled items may be contaminated with the bacteria Listeria. New York is one of 27 states the possibly contaminated products were sent.
By Eric Anderson October 18, 2013
The NYC mayoral candidate says he agrees with Bloomberg’s controversial ban on large beverages.
By Sharon Lindell October 03, 2013
October is a time that many Long Islander reflect on those who survived and lost their battle to breast cancer. Many organizations have walks and you can donate to many different cancer organizations. Check out ...
By Wendy L October 02, 2013
Individuals are now required to have health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare. Access to sign up began on Oct. 1, but there were major glitches to the online exchanges for the first ...
By Wendy L September 23, 2013
Blood supplies has run critically low. Capable residents of Suffolk County are urged to donate blood by county officials.
By Eric Anderson September 20, 2013
Anyone who ate at the restaurant between September 7 and 19 may have been exposed to Hepatitis A.
By Sandra Stelmach September 18, 2013
Volunteers from across Long Island came together this past weekend for more than just a day at the beach. Long Island residents came together for the 28th Annual International Coastal Cleanup at Garvies Point and ...
By Christian Abbatecola September 11, 2013
New warning labels for opioids are intended to help doctors and patients prevent Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome, thanks in part to Senator Schumer.
By Sandra Stelmach September 02, 2013
The last day of the Electric Zoo Music Festival cancelled due to four people in intensive care and two deaths.
By Joe Randazzo August 30, 2013
A worker in Southampton's Driver's Seat Restaurant has been diagnosed with Hepatitis A. Those who may be infected can be treated for free by the Suffolk County Department of Health Services.
By Joe Randazzo August 18, 2013
Activists who fought against SUNY Downstate's decision to shut down the hospital achieved the victory they were looking for.