Jacqueline Moline, MD

Vice President/Chair, Population Health
North Shore/LIJ Health System


Recent Posts By: Jacqueline Moline, MD

The Zadroga Act, Ground Zero and Justice

First responders paid a tremendous price on September 11, 2001. Hundreds of them were among those who died that day. Today, the loss of life continues. Fire fighters, police officers, emergency medical technicians, construction workers, volunteers and World Trade Center-area workers and residents sustained exposure to a toxic stew of chemicals and fumes–including dozens of… Read more »

FDA Examines Arsenic in Rice

There are about 2.6 to 7.2 micrograms of arsenic in rice products per serving, according to recently released FDA analysis. The agency examined about 1,100 new samples of rice and rice products to understand and manage possible arsenic-related risks associated with the US food supply. While the findings indicates that levels of arsenic in rice… Read more »

Remembering 9/11 Survivors

As construction on the Freedom Tower nears completion and the 9/11 Memorial pays tribute to the lost, let’s remember the World Trade Center (WTC) first responders, volunteers and construction workers who put their health at risk. Many Ground Zero workers still suffer health consequences caused by exposure to a toxic mix of chemicals. My editorial… Read more »

WTC Workers’ Health Still Suffer from 9/11 Fallout

Thousands died on 9/11. Thousands more still pay the price for their efforts at Ground Zero. Laboring in the remains of the World Trade Center (WTC) for days, weeks and months, brave men and women were exposed to a toxic brew of dust and smoke–which was not and will never be truly characterized. Some first-responders… Read more »