Scores of Long Island health professionals carve time out of their busy local practices to help heal those who lack access to quality health care.
For adopted kids, especially those who look different from their parents, comments from other kids — and adults — can hurt
A Long Island chef is out to save the world, one vegetarian meal at a time
Five days a week for most of her adult life, Joan Herman took the 6:34 a.m. train out of Northport to her job at a Manhattan pension fund.
Special to Newsday September 10, 2020 When the COVID-19 pandemic took hold on Long Island in mid-March, Polly Hammer’s very active social life came to a virtual standstill. “I couldn’t go out,” said the 78-year-old Huntington resident. “I couldn’t see my children or my grandchildren. I had all my food delivered, and I never left …
In search of more information for triathlon training than her Fitbit provided, Jeannine Tayler Stack of Northport, a health coach, switched to the Apple Watch two years ago