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Albert (Al) Petrocelli, a retired FDNY battalion chief from Huguenot who lost his son, Mark, on 9/11, and a man loved deeply by many, succumbed to the coronavirus early Wednesday.
Quantitative CT Evidence of Airway Inflammation in WTC Workers and Volunteers with Low FVC Spirometric Pattern
The most common abnormal spirometric pattern reported in WTC worker and volunteer cohorts has consistently been that of a nonobstructive reduced forced vital capacity (low FVC).
Beloved husband, father, coach, a former NYPD detective and retired FDNY firefighter Anthony Iraci, 48, has died on March 27, from complications of COVID-19, at Richmond University Medical Center (RUMC)…
A New York City fire marshal sickened at Ground Zero after the 9/11 terror attacks has died of COVID-19 complications, according to reports.
Retired NYPD Sgt. Sean Cameron is in the fight of his life, against not only the 9/11-related cancer that has ravaged his body, but with the city, which has denied him a disability pension.
Post-traumatic stress disorder and risk of prescription opioid use, over-use, and misuse among World Trade Center Health Registry enrollees, 2015-2016
Among veterans, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has been shown to be associated with the use and misuse of prescription opioids.
Dr. Christopher Bosche was 44 when he died on Sept. 12th, 2017.
Albert J. Gatti Jr. of East Brunswick died at home Saturday from cancer related to his work at Ground Zero after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.
First responders who worked at Ground Zero after 9/11 and survivors of the terrorist attack are at risk of contracting coronavirus, the head of the city’s public health system said Monday.
Circadian rhythms in serotonin metabolism have been observed in the pineal gland and retina, and there is evidence that the levels of serotonin and melatonin in these tissues may mediate events…