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Month: June 2012

Brain damage linked to untreated jaundice and malpractice

Kernicterus is a form of brain damage that occurs in newborn children because of severe, untreated jaundice. In most cases, mild jaundice is not a problem and fairly common in newborns. However, a significant build up of bilirubin, the cause of severe jaundice, can...

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Doctor behavioral issues that could impact your health

Choosing a doctor can be complicated, given in-network options, location and even your particular medical history. When choosing a primary care doctor or a specialist in New York, you want to know that you are receiving the highest level of care. Doing your research...

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New York State parks not liable for woman’s death

When you go to visit New York State's parks, make sure to heed warnings. New York's appellate court recently found that visitors cannot sue the parks if they are injured while flouting warning signs. Last week's decision was a reversal of a Syracuse court decision...

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New study brings hope for paralysis victims

Paralyzed rats were restored to full movement in a Swiss study that is bringing hope to spinal cord injury victims in New York, the U.S. and throughout the world. The treatment combines electrical and chemical stimulation along with robotic support. After therapy,...

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