And the Westchester County Department of Health has issued guidelines to keep residents safe.
Some commentators have criticized the actress's proactive surgical approach to cancer prevention—but what are local doctors saying? And do at-risk women have other options?
Some dubious dietary claims from Insurgent actress Shailene Woodley warranted investigation. This is what local doctors said.
You can’t hide dry skin and cracks under sweaters anymore. Here's how to repair your skin before beach season.
Kids in sports need role models on the sidelines as well as on the field.
Mount Kisco’s Jeffrey S. Powell, MD, sheds light on the disease for Diabetes Alert Day.
Yale Alumni College brings lifelong learning to residents of the county.
Organic Pharmer offers breakfasts you and your heart will love.
Signs that might seem subtle out of context can be real eye-openers when connecting the dots.
They’ve been stuck inside because of the snow, so take them to these indoor spots to get their blood flowing again.
MLB star Pete Rose and Rudy Ruettiger (yes, that "Rudy") join Ice Bucket Challenge creator Pat Quinn in Mount Kisco to fight ALS.
Hit up the local health club for American Heart Month.
The National Sleep Foundation updates its guidelines on sleeping, depending on your age.
Things to do to recognize American Heart Month.
After an 8,000-mile transcontinental journey, Jill Riley’s new line of skin cosmetics is available in Westchester.
WeeZee-The Science of Play, located in Chappaqua, has recently added a new program to their 18,000-square-foot sensory gym.
You survived the snow. Now survive its removal.
The White House makes a bold proposal to encourage states to develop paid family and medical leave.
Cases of Legionnaires' disease have broken out in the Bronx—but are we at risk in Westchester?
Teixobactin, a newly discovered antibiotic, may work on previously drug-resistant bacteria.