Tag: prevention

Family Issues, Fatherhood, Health, Parenting

vaccine amnesiaDo We Have Vaccination Amnesia?

It is natural to dismiss dangers that are rarely seen. That has become our present circumstance with respect to many devastating infectious diseases. Since medicine has made significant progress against its former greatest adversaries, complacent beliefs have flourished. Surprisingly, a new malady has arisen and we are now suffering from a growing amnesia regarding the […]

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forest firesPreventing Fires: It’s Up to Us

Unless you’re living completely off the grid (and if you were, you wouldn’t be reading this), you’ve heard about the recent fires that have destroyed hundreds of homes and taken far too many lives.  For more than 70 years, Smokey Bear has been telling us about how to prevent forest fires. Clearly we need to be […]

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Lifestyle, Others, Well-being

hangover preventionGuide to a Healthier, Hangover-Free Night Out

Guys night out. Is there anything better?We think not, but there is one thing that’s worse … the day after guys night out. Yes, hangovers are a literal pain, but they can be prevented. Follow these steps to make room for a rager while minimizing the sickness and health pitfalls that always seem to follow. […]

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Education, Health, Nutrition, Others, Others, Well-being

Do You Have Pancreatitis?

Pancreatitis is a disease that causes the pancreas to become inflamed. It can either be acute or chronic. Acute pancreatitis occurs when the pancreas becomes suddenly inflamed, which only lasts for a few days. Symptoms can be mild, severe, and even life-threatening. With proper treatment, acute pancreatitis can be treated. But if acute pancreatitis is […]

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Cardio, Education, Events, Fitness, Health, Well-being

New York City Marathon; The Do’s and Dont’s of Training

The New York City Marathon is rapidly approaching. With it will come many common overuse injuries in the runners I serve in Westchester County and beyond. Many runners will suffer from the same, mostly avoidable common running injuries. With 4-6 weeks left to train for the NYC marathon is when we will see the most severe forms […]

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