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Medical Compass: Improving chronic heart failure outcomes

Reducing oxidative stress may reduce risk By David Dunaief, M.D. Heart attacks and heart disease get a lot of attention, but chronic heart failure is often overlooked by the press. The reason may be that heart failure is not acute like a heart attack. To clarify by using an analogy, a heart attack...

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A commemoration of International Holocaust Remembrance Day in Port Jeff Station

By Donna Newman The Suffolk County Jewish community experienced a unique event on Jan. 27, co-sponsored by North Shore Jewish Center of Port Jefferson Station and Temple Isaiah of Stony Brook. The documentary film “Who Will Write Our History” about life in the Warsaw Ghetto in Poland during...

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New York State and town officials are renewing their calls for changes to be made to Long Island Power Authority’s operations as the trial over the tax-assessed value of Northport Power Station is slated to begin Feb. 25. State Sen. Jim Gaughran (R-Northport) reintroduced legislation Jan. 31 that...

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Suffolk County Police arrested a female dental assistant Feb. 8 for allegedly stealing jewelry from patients at a dental office in Rocky Point. Arieta Gouvakis, a dental assistant to Dr. Elliot Koschitzki at Long Island Implant and Cosmetic Dentistry, located at 31 Fairway Drive in Rocky Point,...

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Nonprofit announces intent to create St. James adult home

A new property owner in St. James is already making waves with neighbors over plans to convert a single-family residence into an adult group home. Life’s WORC, a private nonprofit organization that supports people who are developmentally disabled or have autism, notified the Town of Smithtown Jan....

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More than a year into his first term in office, Smithtown Supervisor Ed Wehrheim (R) believes his administration has brought a renewed sense of energy and purpose to Town Hall.  Wehrheim took over the reins from former Supervisor Patrick Vecchio (R) — a man who once held the title of New...

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