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The News You Want When You Need It: The Levy Library News Guide

by Angelyn Thornton on 2020-04-16T11:19:00-04:00 | Comments

Now more than ever, the importance of keeping up with the news is undeniable. Each day brings developing information with the possibility of an impact on our work, financial wellbeing, access to health services, and more. Furthermore, we are watching medical history unfolding in real-time. Staying current with the news allows those in medical professions to better predict how their particular fields will be affected going forward.

As a way to make things easier for our communities, The Levy Library now has a guide dedicated to the newspapers and news databases to which we offer access. As a bonus, the guide also features our collection of magazines for more leisurely reading. Magazines are available on Flipster, the digital magazine app that allows you to read the latest issues on your phone or tablet.

Here are just some of the newspapers offered through The Levy Library: 


The New York Times

Founded in 1851, The New York Times is one of the world's most esteemed newspapers. This staple brings readers the latest news in the areas of world issues, politics, business, health, education, and more.



Crain's Health Pulse

Crain’s Health Pulse is the source for the latest on actionable, exclusive news and data about New York's health care industry. It provides need-to-know insights about health systems, hospitals, physician groups and insurers, universities, government agencies and regulators—and the people who run them.




POLITICO Pro provides the most distinct coverage from Washington and beyond that thousands of professionals depend on each day. The Pro subscription has the benefit of early-bird edition morning newsletters, customized news alerts, access to in-depth calendars, Pro-only events and more.



These news outlets and more are readily available to the Mount Sinai community. Check out The Levy Library's guide on news resources and databases!


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