SPCA Offers $2,000 Reward For Information On Horribly Neglected Dog

July 25, 2014

A Shih Tzu type dog was found in an abandoned house in Lindenhurst, its matted fur and nails so overgrown that the animal no longer knows how to walk correctly, the Suffolk County SPCA said.
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Your Pets and The 4th of July; Fourth of July Safety for Dogs and Cats

July 3, 2014

With the 4th of July weekend upon us it's important too keep your pets safe. Many dogs, and even a few cats, get spooked from the loud explosive sounds of celebratory fireworks
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Hamptons Rentals Could Soon Be Limited Due To Rowdiness Complaints

August 30, 2013

Long Island officials in the Hamptons are considering a proposal that could put restrictions on summertime Hamptons rentals.
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Toxic Rust Tide Returns To Long Island’s South Shore Bays

August 26, 2013

A toxic algae known as "rust tide" has been detected in the Shinnecock, Flanders and Peconic Bays for the 10th year in a row.
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Eukanuba, IAMS Dry Pet Food Recalled Due To Salmonella Risk

August 16, 2013

Procter & Gamble Co. is voluntarily expanding its recall of some of its pet food products over concerns they may contain salmonella.
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Sun Will Flip Its Magnetic Field Soon Causing A Shift In Human Behavior

August 7, 2013
Sun Activity

In an event that occurs once every 11 years, the magnetic field of the sun will change its polarity in just months. Changing human behavior and society.
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Stomach Bug Outbreak Sickens 400, Bagged Salad Implicated

August 2, 2013
Health officials in Iowa, Nebraska point to salad mix as culprit, but CDC has not confirmed a source

The Food and Drug Administration says they may have found the culprit in two of the hardest-hit states, Iowa and Nebraska. Investigators say an outbreak of stomach illnesses is linked to salad mix served at Olive Garden and Red Lobster restaurants in those states and supplied by a Mexican farm.
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CDC Reports Flu Reaches Epidemic Proportions in New York and Other States

January 11, 2013
Hospitals are inundated with flu and pneumonia cases in recent weeks. | MorichesDaily

Flu activity remains high across New York and 24 other states, but this year's bad flu season may be waning in some areas, CDC health officials said Friday.
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Flu Cases Rise in New York and Across U.S., Severe Season Feared

January 4, 2013
Flu Activity Map

Long Island hospital emergency rooms are knee-deep in flu and pneumonia cases, and this early flu season hasn't even peaked yet.
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Suffolk County Bans Use Of Thermal-Paper Receipts

January 3, 2013
Thermal Paper

New York’s Suffolk County has become the first municipality in the United States to ban retailers from issuing register receipts that contain Bisphenol-A (BPA).
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