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Inflammation and oxidative stress may play a role By David Dunaief, M.D. Aneurysms are universally feared; they can be lethal, and most times they have no...

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By Nancy Burner, Esq. Losing a spouse is an extremely difficult time in life and handling the administration of their estate can be a stressful...

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By Daniel Dunaief Hurricane Dorian has dominated the news cycle for weeks, as its violent winds, torrential rains and storm surge caused extensive damage throughout...

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By Barbara Beltrami You may be wondering why I seldom write about Asian cuisine. It's simple; I don’t know very much about it and have...

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By Fr. Francis Pizzarelli It is hard to believe that summer is over and another school year has begun. This year the landscape for the...

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PEACEFUL SUMMER’S EVE Ellen Segal of Port Jefferson snapped this serene photo at Long Beach in Nissequogue just moments before the sun set on Aug....

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When the National Institutes of Health funds scientific research, the government is investing in hope. The people with the purse strings believe the scientists...

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By Daniel Dunaief Dogs are incredibly stupid. OK, now that I’ve got your attention, I realize that not all dogs lack intelligence. Lassie and Balto...

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By Leah S. Dunaief Anniversaries sometimes bring out interesting tidbits of history. One such anniversary involves events that happened 500 years ago. In September 1519,...

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MEET MELODY! This week’s featured shelter pet is Melody, an 8-month-old, tortoiseshell kitten with beautiful green eyes. Melody is extremely sweet and friendly and loves...