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By David Dunaief, M.D. There are some compelling studies that show exercise’s powerful effects in altering our genes. Recent studies show its impact on specific...

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By John L. Turner While it was more than 50 years ago I remember the details sharply, as if the event had happened a few...

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‘Beaujolais wines are deliciously fresh to the palate. They charm you with their delicacy, tenderness, and lightness.’ — Curnonsky {Maurice Edmond Sailland} French writer,...

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By Barbara Beltrami Writing this column is a real challenge this week because in our house we’re not big fans of leftovers. Actually, there’s only...

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FALL FOLIAGE HOT SPOT Gerard Romano of Port Jefferson Station snapped this colorful photo in Stony Brook on Nov. 19. He writes, 'This seasons fall...

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By Nancy Marr While we await the BOE’s certification of our election results (required by Dec. 7) we need to plan our priorities for the...

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A reader recently called the office and asked a member of the editorial staff why social media companies like Facebook and Twitter have been...

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By Daniel Dunaief Hello and welcome to the first and hopefully last Zoom Thanksgiving. Hey, hold on, I can see that you’ve muted yourself in...

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By Leah S. Dunaief Thanksgiving 2020 will surely be remembered by all. Other Thanksgivings blend into each other on the impressionist edges of memory, in...

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By Daniel Dunaief If doctors could somehow stick numerous miniature flashlights in human bodies and see beneficial or harmful reactions, they would be able to...