Know Your Cancer Risks Sooner…Have More Options

December 19th, 2016

Having a hereditary (also called genetic) predisposition to cancer raises your risk of developing cancer. That’s why it’s important to learn about your possible risk of a hereditary cancer syndrome through genetic counseling. Genetic counseling – which may lead to optional genetic testing – helps you understand your cancer risk so you can take steps […]

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Holiday Food Safety Tips: Don’t be a Germ Re-gifter

December 12th, 2016

Whether you’re a seasoned chef, a first-time dinner host, or simply bringing a dish to grandma’s house on New Year’s Eve, the holidays can shake up the nerves of even the most self-assured culinary geniuses. “How am I supposed to transport my dish? I hope it’s fully cooked…I hope Aunt Anne isn’t preparing the main […]

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Flu Season Protection

December 5th, 2016

If you haven’t already scheduled your flu shot, now is the time. Gaining full immunity can take about two weeks, and you want to make sure you’re protected before flu symptoms begin circulating in your community. By Dr. Debra Spicehandler, Co-Chief of Infectious Disease at Northern Westchester Hospital.

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