WASHINGTON – The National Institute on Aging is granting the New York Medical College in White Plains $71,137 to study DNA repair in ovarian aging.
YONKERS - Rep. Nita Lowey held a roundtable discussion in Westchester Monday to discuss the president’s promised repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
While most of the prominent faces in medicine across the Hudson Valley were in attendance, three everyday mothers stole the spotlight.
Lowey invited the mothers to share their struggles in front of Hudson Valley's top health care professionals, including seven hospital CEOs. They predicted chaos, confusion and catastrophe should the Affordable Care Act be repealed without a replacement.