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Critically injured Suffolk police officer Timothy Thrane leaves hospital after 1 month

Newsday

A wall of hundreds of police officers lined up at Stony Brook University Hospital as Suffolk County Police Officer Timothy Thrane was led out on a gurney, released after being injured a month ago by an alleged drunken driver.

Suffolk officer struck by alleged drunk driver released from hospital after weeks in coma

WABC-TV

Hundreds of Suffolk County police officers lined the exit of Stony Brook University Hospital as Officer Tim Thrane was officially discharged after suffering from life-threatening injuries.

Windy Days Are Safer Days When It Comes to COVID-19

Health Day

“The issue is really about an increased danger of infection spread in the presence of stale air as opposed to indoor versus outdoor settings,” said study leader Sean Clouston. He is an associate professor in the public health program at Stony Brook University School of Medicine, in New York. “The findings imply we are all safer when air flow is more significant.”

Critically injured Suffolk Police Officer Timothy Thrane to leave Stony Brook University Hospital Friday

Newsday

A married father of three young children, Thrane was transported to Stony Brook University Hospital with a life-threatening brain injury and a fractured skull. On Nov. 5 Thrane was in a medically-induced coma and on a ventilator but stable.

Bot Matrix: Scientists Spot Social Spambots’ Tip-Off Tell

Innovate LI

With so much concern over artificial intelligence-powered devices listening to us, are we paying enough attention to what AI is saying?

Could wind speed be connected to the spread of COVID?

WCBS-AM

Stony Brook Medicine Dr. Sean Clouston talks with Sophia Hall about how the wind and it can be connected to the spread of COVID-19.

Can Windy Days Shield You from COVID-19

Futurity

“The issue is really about an increased danger of infection spread in the presence of stale air as opposed to indoor versus outdoor settings,” explains Sean Clouston, associate professor in the program in public health, and the department of family, population, and preventive medicine at the Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University. “The findings imply we are all safer when air flow is more significant.”

Windmill Lighting, Beloved East End Tradition, Unfolds Friday

Southampton Patch

A popular East End holiday tradition will take place Friday as the lighting of the historic windmill at Stony Brook Southampton unfolds. The event will take place from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Stony Brook Southampton student center cafeteria and will include refreshments, music, an alumni-sponsored photo booth, guided windmill tours, and crafts for kids.

Stony Brook Study Says Wind May Help Decrease COVID Spread

Dan's Papers

A new study out of Stony Brook University — led by Sean Clouston, PhD, Associate Professor in the Program in Public Health, and the Department of Family, Population, and Preventive Medicine at the Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook — indicates that low wind speeds and stale air are associated with a higher incidence of contracting COVID-19 when people socialize outside – perhaps as much as 45% more compared to when winds are stronger.

Do Good, Feel Good: The Helping – Health – Happiness Connection

Natural Awakenings

Decades later, Post—a professor of preventive medicine at New York’s Stony Brook University—is among a growing contingent of researchers exploring just how such acts of generosity and the feelings (empathy, compassion, altruism) that prompt them may actually improve our mental and physical health.

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