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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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Ahead of the Curve

By April 13, 2017 Features

A revolutionary, new, non-invasive procedure for children with scoliosis is nothing short of MAGEC.

By Sheryl Kraft

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The Support Zone

By April 13, 2017 Features

Lactation consultants at WMCHealth are here to help new moms with the challenges of breastfeeding.

By Mary McIver Puthawala, RN, BSN

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Opioid Addiction

By April 13, 2017 Features

What you need to know about this frightening epidemic.

By Laurie Yarnell

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Friends Through Thick and Thin

By April 13, 2017 Features

Two priests unexpectedly share the same diagnosis, same surgeons, even the same ICU room, just two weeks apart.

By Debra Bresnan

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A Tale of Two Villages

By April 13, 2017 Features

Big changes are already underway in Port Jervis and Kingston, preparing for the comprehensive-care centers of the future.

By Deborah Skolnik

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Healing Through Horse Play

By April 13, 2017 Features

Equine therapy is helping young people with behavioral health issues in many different ways.

By Lisa Cesarano

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Put Down That Phone

By February 15, 2017 Features

The National Safety Council, a local dad and a trauma surgeon are raising awareness about the dangers of distracted driving.

By Laurie Yarnell

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