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MARG The Skeleton - 2015 People's Telly Award Winner

We are very pleased to announce that we are a recent winner of the 2015 People's Telly Award!This win is a true reflection of the popularity and effectiveness of our Skeletons campaign.

Memorial Day Weekend on Long Island

Memorial Day is more than just an extra day away from the office. It is a day to honor the men and women of the US Armed Forces who have dedicated their lives to protecting our country. To commemorate them, Long Islanders will be hosting a variety of celebrations and events in their honor - from the annual Jones Beach Air Show to Memorial Day Parades and more!

Medical Arts Radiology on Social Media!

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May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month

Over the past three decades, more people have had skin cancer than all other cancers combined. As the month of May brings skin cancer into focus, we wanted to help in increasing public understanding of the disease and its prevention.

MRI Detects 90 Percent of Breast Cancers

A new study has reaffirmed the key role advanced imaging plays in detecting breast cancer early. The findings, published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, determined that approximately 90 percent of breast cancers can be diagnosed via magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

May is American Stroke Month

Stroke is the no. 5 cause of death and a leading cause of disability in the United States. Every year, about 795,000 Americans suffer a new or recurrent stroke; which means on average, a stroke occurs every 40 seconds. Risk factors are traits and lifestyle habits that increase the risk of stroke. Learn which factors you can treat or control - and those you cannot - and what you can do to lower your risk of stroke.

#WellnessWednesday - Natural Ways to De-Stress

With the pressure of our society, jobs, technology, and relationships - stress has become a common part of the human experience. While some stress is normal, feeling constantly overwhelmed can actually compromise your health. Stress is linked with insomnia, disrupted hormone production, heart attacks, and more which is why de-stressing is a critical part for our overall health.

Midlife Fitness and Reduced Cancer Risk

We all know that physical activity is one of the best practices in living a healthy lifestyle, but did you know midlife fitness may also lower the risk of some cancers later in life? According to a recent long-term study, men who are more fit in middle-age are less likely to be diagnosed with lung, prostate or colorectal cancers years later.

April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month

As the leading cancer in men between the ages of 15-35, early detection through imaging technology like ultrasound is key in diagnosing and treating the disease.

The Effects of Stress on the Brain

In April we also recognize Stress Awareness Month- a national, cooperative effort to inform society about the dangers of stress, successful coping strategies, as well as harmful misconceptions. Stress can be defined as the brain’s response to any demand. It produces a hormone called cortisol, which in large amounts, is detrimental to many parts of the body. Researchers continue to study how elevated levels of cortisol can poorly affect learning and memory, the immune system, bone density, weight loss, cholesterol, heart disease, and more. And they’re finding out why- because stress and its accompanying cortisol production actually changes the structure of the brain over time.