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The Hudson River, the East River and the New York Harbor experience some of the heaviest maritime traffic in the country. These waters are heavily traveled by ferries, maintenance boats and barges. When an accident occurs on the water, people often suffer severe or catastrophic injuries. If you or a…

The St. Patrick’s Day Parade is considered one of New York City’s most popular parades, drawing in as many as 2 million spectators every year. Unlike some of New York’s other famous parades, the St. Patrick’s Day event has no giant floats traveling down the city streets. However, attendees should…

Among many other claims to fame, New York City is known for its parades. Elaborate parades attract millions of people to the city every year. The Chinese New Year Parade, the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade, the Cinco de Mayo Parade, the Puerto Rican Parade and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade…

Researchers at Cornell University have been at the forefront of cancer research. “Cornell Dots”, unique nanoparticles that glow brightly and can light up cancer cells in PET-optical imaging, and “super natural killer cells” that seek out cancerous cells leading the cells to self-destruct, both from Cornell, have been touted as…

On Sept. 11, 2001, our country was forever changed. When terrorists attacked the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan, more than 2,500 innocent people died. Children lost parents. Families lost sons and daughters. As a country, we mourned these great losses. But we did not let them break our spirit….