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4/22/2014 (Science World Report) Puzzle-Solving and Games Help Lower Nicotine Craving
The study, led by including Arthur Aron, PhD, a Research Professor in the Department of Psychology at Stony Brook University, is the first of its kind to find that craving for nicotine can be reduced with simple and exciting self-expanding activities.

4/22/2014 (Growing your Baby) Long Island Mom Undergoes Open-Heart Surgery While Pregnant
When we're pregnant, we do our best to take care of our ever-changing bodies and the baby we are growing. We try to keep the germs at bay and stay away from anyone who may be sick. But sometimes all the prevention in the world doesn't stop a sickness. For one Long Island woman, she thought that she had come down with something, with emergency room doctors confirming that she had bronchitis, despite the fact she was coughing up blood. But her case was far from ordinary.

4/18/2014 (Times Beacon Record ) Mets' Eric Young Jr. pays a visit to children at Stony Brook hospital
To the Major League Baseball community he's known to lead the National League in stolen bases, but on Thursday, April 17, Eric Young Jr. stole the hearts of patients, family and staff at Stony Brook Children's Hospital.

04/20/2014 (The Daily News) Stony Brook Hospital doctors save pregnant Long Island woman, baby with risky open-heart surgery
Pregnant with her third baby, Sharon Savino knew something was terribly wrong. The 25-year-old woman had developed a bad cough in the weeks before Christmas last year, and felt constantly exhausted as she ended her second trimester. At times, her heart would race. "I thought it was just from the pregnancy," Savino said -- until the day she coughed up blood.

4/20/2014 (Daily Mail) Doctors saved pregnant woman after performing open-heart surgery to remove egg-sized tumor
While most expectant moms fret over decorating the nursery in the weeks leading up to their baby's delivery, Sharon Savino had a more pressing matter on her mind - the egg-sized tumor growing in her heart.

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