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Saving a Spine

By June 19, 2017 Features, Uncategorized

Losing control of his skateboard, a young man from Dutchess County suffered a fractured and dislocated spine, fearing he would never walk again. Luckily, an expert surgeon set the record straight — along with his spine.

By Melissa Pheterson

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In the Running

By June 19, 2017 Features

Go from a couch potato to a marathon contender — with the right plan.

By Mary Mciver Puthawala, RN, BSN
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Unshakeable Spirit

By June 19, 2017 Features

Exceptional medical care, paired with a positive mindset, led a Spring Valley woman toward a remarkable recovery.

By Lisa Cesarano

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A Sweet Separation

By June 19, 2017 Features

Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital gives conjoined twins the chance at a normal life.

By Ali  Jackson-Jolley

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Life Saver

By June 19, 2017 Features

When a whitecap knocked a local teen from a jet ski, her brother kept her alive before the trauma team took over.

By Melissa Pheterson

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Diary of a Survivor

By June 14, 2017 Features

One Woman shares how relying on her medical team – and her new husband – helped her overcome an advanced form of breast cancer.

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Spinning to Win

By June 14, 2017 Features

What you should know before you clip into the pedals of an indoor bike.

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911

By April 13, 2017 Features

Emergency Medical Services in the Hudson Valley have come a long way in 44 years.

By Debra Bresnan

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A New Hope

By April 13, 2017 Features

Westchester Medical Center launches a program offering world-class treatment for a rare but increasingly recognized genetic heart condition.

By Ali Jackson-Jolley

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Reversing a “Death Sentence”

By April 13, 2017 Features

An environmental conservation officer was mistaken for a deer in the middle of a cornfield. Shot in the pelvis, he received the critical care that saved his leg — and his life.

By Melissa F. Pheterson

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