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Focus on You this Year with Help from Rogers Memorial Library

To start the New Year, the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton is offering a series of virtual programs to get the mind and the body moving.

East Hampton Infections Have Doubled Since Start Of November

More East Hampton Town residents have been diagnosed with COVID-19 infections in November and the first two weeks of December than were found to have the disease in all of the first seven-and-a-half months of the coronavirus pandemic.

Local Hospitals See Rush Of Severe COVID-19 Cases As Second Surge Intensifies

A second wave of the coronavirus pandemic continued to explode across Long Island this past week, much like it did last spring, as government and health officials scrambled to find ways to tamp down the wildfire as well as prepare to defend against its onslaught.

Hampton Bays, Riverhead Declared ‘Yellow Zone’ Clusters By State; East Hampton Sees Highest Weekly...

The coronavirus pandemic surged across the South Fork this week, with East Hampton Town recording its largest weekly increase in new cases yet, and portions of the region landing in the state’s microcluster zone protocols.

COVID Infections Spiking, County Warns Of ‘Serious Consequences’ For Party Hosts Over Holidays

COVID Infections Spiking, County Warns Of 'Serious Consequences' For Party Hosts Over Holidays

Halloween Spike, ‘Fatigue’ Spurs Concern About A New Infection Wave

Cases of COVID-19 in Suffolk County, and locally, have been on a steady uptick in the last two weeks, and spiked over the last three days to levels not seen since May, in what Suffolk County health officials say they suspect reflects the spread of coronavirus at Halloween parties.

Emergency Room Nurse Recalls What It Was Like Working During Peak Of Pandemic

Emergency Room Nurse Recalls What It Was Like Working During Peak Of Pandemic

Q&A: Breast Surgeon Says Early Detection Of Cancer Is Important Enough To Get Screened...

Q&A: Breast Surgeon Says Early Detection Of Cancer Is Important Enough To Get Screened Even During A Pandemic

Flu Shots Especially Important As the Summer of COVID-19 Becomes Flu Season

As more Americans in the northern states return to schools, workplaces and spend more time indoors, where both flu and the coronavirus spread most easily, doctors and nurses are trying to sound the alarm of heightened personal health dangers of a “co-infection” of flu and COVID-19, as well as the fears of a new spike in hospitalizations from the two respiratory viruses.

Testing Will Be Key To Discerning COVID-19 From Flu

The coming flu season and the similarities in symptoms of the flu and a coronavirus infection is expected to strain testing facilities’ ability to quickly confirm which, if either, infection a sick person has.

Two Stony Brook Hospitals Named National Leaders in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality

Last week, the National LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Index of the Human Rights Campaign Foundation named Stony Brook Southampton Hospital and Stony Brook University Hospital as Leaders in LGBTQ Healthcare Equality.

East Hampton Town Board Fast-Tracks New Emergency Room Facility

A scramble by the East Hampton Town Board to grant Stony Brook Southampton Hospital a necessary approval before a state grant deadline this month sparked a heated argument at two recent meetings of the Town Board over the hospital’s plans to build a satellite emergency room on Pantigo Road.

Q&A: How Has New York Tamed COVID-19? Medical Experts And Officials Weigh In

Q&A: How Has New York Tamed COVID-19? Medical Experts And Officials Weigh In

GoFundMe Page Set Up for Sag Harbor Woman After ALS Diagnosis

GoFundMe Page Set Up for Sag Harbor Woman After ALS Diagnosis

Exploring Indigenous Waterways

Paddlers interested in exploring the waterways traversed by the East End’s indigenous cultures are invited to join the Southampton Historical Museum in a “Long Island Indigenous Perspective Paddle Tour at Conscience Point,” which will be led by Chenae Bullock on Saturday, August 15.

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