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The Right Care - Fast

The Right Care - Fast

"All the stars aligned in the right direction. the doctors made a rapid diagnosis." After suffering a stroke behind the wheel, a doctor receives the advanced treatment he needs.

Is your baby the cutest?

Is your baby the cutest?

Moms and dads: Think your bundle of joy is the most adorable in the Westchester area? Enter the Cutest Baby contest for a chance to have your baby featured in Health & Life!

A Special Approach To Care

A Special Approach To Care

From its beginning a decade ago, maria Fareri children’s hospital has embodied a special approach to caring For children—and it works.

The Outlook: More Growth

The Outlook: More Growth

In the next few years, Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital must add capacity to meet an increasing need. President and CEO Michael Israel discusses the hospital's outlook and plans.

Assuring Care for Children

Assuring Care for Children

It takes imagination to see yourself years from now, at a different stage of life. Even before he was a parent, this real estate executive championed the cause of a world-class pediatric hospital.

Listening to Families

Listening to Families

When a child is ill or injured, it affects the entire family. Advice from a group of parent volunteers helps a hospital excel.

Bouncing Back At 92

Bouncing Back At 92

Until recently, the only way to replace a faulty valve was through high risk open-heart surgery. Now, new advances have helped a nonagenarian regain her active lifestyle.

Salad Days

Salad Days

It’s time to put away the crockpot and set aside the soup and chili recipes: bold, colorful and fresh salads are reborn for Spring.

Splendor on the Sound

Splendor on the Sound

Sleek and contemporary: nostalgic charm meets modern luxury in a Connecticut beachfront resort. Spa treatment, entertainment and all of the technological commodities.

Still Speedy, Thanks To Surgery

Still Speedy, Thanks To Surgery

“With athletes you are always worried about peak performance, so there’s a lot riding on everything.” -- A young athlete returns to action after suffering a shattered femur.

Close Call

Close Call

“I received a phone call after midnight from a doctor at a local hospital, who said he had a patient with an aortic dissection. Then I learned she was 36 weeks pregnant." A woman gives birth moments before having lifesaving open-heart surgery.

Pair of Winners

Pair of Winners

Back in August 2010, we told the story of Diana Evangelista and her infant son, who shared the worst thing a parent and child can have together. Four years later, the mother and child who beat the same rare cancer are now “the picture of health.”

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