Hospitals full, regional blood supply low
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Hospitals on Long Island and in New York City are still functioning at full capacity after last week's pummeling superstorm, which has also delivered a blow to the regional blood supply, now reported at critically low levels, health authorities said Friday.
"Census is up across the board because of the evacuations and because so many hospitals have been taking in patients," said Brian Conway,...