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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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    Heart Healthy Living Program

    The Katz Institute for Women’s Health is now offering the Heart Healthy Living Program. Participate in this 8-week interactive program and gain the knowledge and support to live a heart-healthy lifestyle.

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    North Shore-LIJ Walk for Health

    Join us for a walk benefitting The Katz Institute for Women's Health and Cohen Children's Medical Center.

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    You can save the life of a woman today

    Support medical research, awareness, education and community programs to help women live longer heart-healthy lives.

    Take action today to create healthier lives
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    Create Your Weight™ program

    The Katz Institute for Women’s Health is now offering the Create Your Weight™ program, which can help you lose weight and make healthy lifestyle changes.

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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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Eye Health: Beyond Carrot Crunching

You may have heard that if you avoid reading in dim light and nosh on plenty of carrots, you can keep your eyes healthy for life. But according to the National Eye Institute (NEI), part of the National Institutes of Health, the first tip is a myth and the second is only one factor among […]

3 Easy Ways to Stay Healthy

1. Take it to heart: Women’s risk factors for heart disease are different from men’s. If you’ve had pregnancy-related high blood pressure or diabetes, or suffer from a rheumatologic condition, you can be at higher risk for developing heart issues later in life. Make sure to let your doctor know if you’ve had these conditions since early detection can help prevent complications. Learn more about heart health.

2. MS awareness: Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease of the nervous system that affects about 400,000 Americans, most of whom are women. MS progresses slowly and symptoms, which can include numbness in your legs, vision problems and difficulty walking and balancing, start showing up around ages 30 to 35. Talk to your doctor if any of these symptoms affect you. Learn more about movement disorders and brain health.

3. Dear Diary: If you suspect food is triggering bothersome symptoms, keep a food diary. Track what you eat and drink and what symptoms you experience afterwards – it may be the key to getting to the bottom of your troubles. Food diaries are also a great way to stay on track with a healthy diet. Learn more about healthy nutrition.