Daniel P. Walsh Named President and Chief Executive Officer of Winthrop-University Hospital
Winthrop Receives "Accreditation with Commendation" from the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
Osteoporosis Study Underway: Participants Sought
Urogynecology: Female Incontinence is a Quality of Life Issue
New Chief of Pediatric Orthopaedics is Appointed
For Long Islanders Whose Children Don't Have Health Insurance
April Courses at Winthrop-University Hospital's Community Training Center
Nassau County's First ApligrafTM Skin Graft is Performed at Winthrop
Winthrop's Dr. Ibrahim Implants the "Reveal" Device
Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program at Winthrop: Dedicated to an Improved Quality of Life for Patients
Research: A Critical Element in Winthrop's Approach to Care for the Pulmonary Patient
New Medication for Rheumatoid Arthritis
Asthma Study - Phase IV Trial of the Serevent "Diskus"®
Pediatric Pulmonary Specialists at Winthrop Focus on Patients' Individual Needs ...Including Education of Parents and Caregivers
Winthrop's Sleep Disorders Center... The Only Accredited Sleep Disorders Facility in Nassau County
Skin Cancer - A Year Round Concern
Women's Cancer Specialist Joins Winthrop's Department of Obstetrics/Gynecology as Director of Gynecologic Oncology
SECOND ANNUAL CANCER SURVIVORS DAY
Looking for someone who understands a woman's special needs?
The 14th Annual Winthrop-University Hospital Golf Tournament
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Do you want to help prevent osteoporosis in older Black women?
Do you have a mother, wife, grandmother, sister, aunt,
or friend who wants to help?
Black women in good health, ages 50-75, now in menopause, are invited to participate in
Winthrop's three-year investigation of the prevention of osteoporosis, sponsored by the
National Institute of Health (NIH): "Osteopenia in Black Women: Prevention of Bone Loss
with Vitamin D Supplementation."
The goal is to improve bone density and prevent fractures, through Vitamin D supplementation.
ABSOLUTELY NO PHARMACEUTICALS ARE INVOLVED. Participants receive safe levels of
Vitamin D and receive a physical examination at six month intervals. Bone density scans
All physical examinations and Vitamin D supplementation are free.
John Aloia, MD, Winthrop's Chairman of Medicine/Chief, Division of Endocrinology, is the
For further information, please call Jane Moore, RN, Nurse Coordinator,