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RayStation to replace existing treatment planning system at New York University Langone Hospital - Long Island
RaySearch Laboratories AB announces that New York University Langone Hospital - Long Island in Mineola, New York, has placed an order for the treatment planning system RayStation®*.
Researchers at NYU Langone found that 48% of those who received psilocybin stopped drinking altogether, and the treatment reduced heavy drinking by an average of 83%.
"White Matter Lesion" Mapping Tool Identifies Early Signs of Dementia
A new tool for analyzing tissue damage seen on MRI brain scans can detect with more than 70 percent accuracy early signs of cognitive decline, new research shows.
NYU Langone Health: New York City's Coronavirus Outbreak Spread from More European Sources Than First Reported
The COVID-19 pandemic started earlier than previously thought in New York City and Long Island by dozens of people infected mostly with strains from Europe.
Study Helps Explain Declines in Death Rates from COVID-19
Fewer New Yorkers are dying from the coronavirus than health experts had anticipated, a new study shows.
NYU Langone Health: COVID-19 Frequently Causes Neurological Injuries
Without directly invading the brain or nerves, the virus responsible for COVID-19 causes potentially damaging neurological injuries in about one in seven infected, a new study shows.
Experimental COVID-19 Drug Shows Promise in Preliminary Cell Research
An early study in human cells found that an antiviral drug candidate, Pfizer Inc.'s PF-00835231, may be at least as potent as the drug remdesivir in blocking the reproduction of the virus that causes COVID-19.
Visage Signs New Agreement with NYU Langone Health
Visage Imaging, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Pro Medicus Ltd., has announced the signing of NYU Langone Health, one of the largest health systems in New York and one of the most respected and innovative healthcare institutions in North America.
Telemedicine "Blueprint" Introduced to Assess/Triage Covid-19 Patients
NYU Long Island School of Medicine, NYU Langone Health, and NYU Grossman School of Medicine Collaborate on Protocols for Worldwide Adaptation in Urban Settings
Most Adults with Lupus or Common Types of Arthritis Have Similar Risks of Getting Admitted to Hospital as Other COVID-19 Patients
Most adults with systemic lupus erythematosus are not at increased risk of hospitalization from COVID-19 due to medications used to dampen their altered immune system, the cause of their disease.
Study Pinpoints Five Most Likely Causes of Post-Traumatic Stress in Police Officers
A combination of genetic and emotional differences may lead to post-traumatic stress in police officers, a new study finds.
Excess Weight Among Pregnant Women May Interfere With Child's Developing Brain
Obesity in expectant mothers may hinder the development of the babies' brains as early as the second trimester, a new study finds.
New Approach to Treating Osteoarthritis Advances
Injections of a natural "energy" molecule prompted regrowth of almost half of the cartilage lost with aging in knees, a new study in rodents shows.
Most Women Treated in New York City for Gynecologic Cancers Are Not at Increased Risk of Death From COVID-19
Women receiving standard treatment in New York City for ovarian, uterine, and cervical cancers are not at increased risk of being hospitalized for or dying from COVID-19 due to their cancer, a new study shows.
New Study Finds Racial Disparities in COVID-19-related Deaths Exist Beyond Income Differences in 10 Large U.S. Cities
While data and news reports show that Black and Hispanic communities are disproportionately affected by the 2019 Coronavirus Disease pandemic, the role that neighborhood income plays in COVID-19 deaths is less clear.
New COVID Local Risk Index Helps Cities Identify Neighborhoods at Highest Risk for COVID and Better Target Resources to Blunt Local Pandemic Impact
As cities across the country respond to the health and economic impact of the 2019 coronavirus disease pandemic, access to accurate, local data is key to help municipal leaders rapidly design and direct responses and resources to help communities most in need to recover.
National Institutes of Health (NIH) helps fund ColCorona COVID-19 clinical study
Study examines if colchicine, a common gout medication, can reduce complications associated with COVID-19, slow disease progression, and save patient lives
Medication Treatments Led to 80 Percent Lower Risk of Fatal Overdose for Patients with Opioid Use Disorder than Medication-free Treatments
Patients with opioid use disorder receiving treatment with opioid agonists had an 80 percent lower risk of dying from an opioid overdose compared to patients in treatment without the use of medications.
Computer Game May Help to Predict Reuse of Opioids
A computer betting game can help predict the likelihood that someone recovering from opioid addiction will reuse the pain-relieving drugs, a new study shows.
ISCHEMIA Trial Finds No Evidence of Lower Cardiac Event Rates in Patients Treated with Heart Procedures, but Better Quality of Life
A federally funded, international study found no evidence that patients with severe but stable heart disease who underwent heart procedures experienced lower rates of major, disease-related events compared to those treated with medications and lifestyle changes alone.