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As a hub for community wellness and a convenient resource for health-related information, North Shore-LIJ offers a variety of comprehensive health education programs. We are committed to improving the health of everyone in our neighborhoods by offering a range of programs and events to help everyone in our communities live their healthiest lives.

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Do you have a women's health question that you'd like to ask a clinical expert? Please submit your question here and responses to selected questions will be posted on our site under Expert Insight. Visit the site regularly to see the latest health tips and answers to questions from you and all of our visitors.

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    Women's Health Conference Featuring Hoda Kotb

    The Katz Institute for Women’s Health invites you to attend our Women's Conference featuring a series of Women's Health Workshops and keynote speaker Hoda Kotb on Tuesday, May 13, 2014.

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    Walk With Us

    Join us on May 18 at Jones Beach State Park for the Fifth Annual Every Woman Matters Walk!

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    Wear your support for Women's Health

    London Jewelers and the Katz Institute for Women's Health present a limited edition pearl and diamond pin collection designed exclusively to support women's health and wellness efforts.

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    Peer led support groups for women living with heart disease.

    The WomenHeart support network is open to women who have experienced a heart attack, suffer from any cardiac condition, or are at risk for heart disease.

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Healthy Bodies Lead to Strong Hearts

The American Heart Association (AHA) recommends as little as 40 minutes a day of activity to reduce your risk for heart disease.  Any physical activity is beneficial for your overall health and key to heart vitality! Start walking: Walking is the simplest way to get started; park farther away from the shopping mall or take […]

Support groups for women living with heart disease

The WomenHeart support network is open to women who have experienced a heart attack, suffer from any cardiac condition, or are at risk for heart disease.

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