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Sat, September 22, 12:00 PM

Putnam Hospital Center, Carmel

Stand With Us Falls Prevention Expo

Health & Wellness

Add to My Calendar 09/22/2018 12:00pm America/New_York Stand With Us Falls Prevention Expo

Join Putnam Hospital Center and the Putnam County Department of Health at the Stand With Us Falls Prevention Expo from 8:30 am to noon on Saturday, September 22 at Putnam Hospital Center, 670 Stoneleigh Ave, Carmel. Learn how to reduce your risk of falling at this free community expo that will include balance screenings, gait analysis, tai chi demonstrations and home fall prevention assessment. A ...

670 Stoneleigh Ave Carmel, NY 10512
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Mon, September 24, 2:00 PM

Carmel Fire Department, Carmel

Putnam County Seasonal Flu Clinic

Health & Wellness

Add to My Calendar 09/24/2018 2:00pm 09/24/2018 6:30pm America/New_York Putnam County Seasonal Flu Clinic

The Putnam County Department of Health is offering a public seasonal flu vaccine clinic for Putnam County residents, 18 years of age and older, on Monday, September 24, 2018, from 2:00pm -6:30pm at the Carmel Fire Department, Route 52 and Vink Dr., Carmel, NY. No appointments are necessary and doors will not open until 2:00 p.m. Please bring proof of residency (driver’s license) and ...

94 Gleneida Ave Carmel, NY 10512

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Why Vote for Democrats?

It is frequently said that all politics is local, but elections around the country this year are challenging that notion. Democratic candidates running in typically Republican-held districts have been attempting to sidestep President Trump’s controversial comments and are focusing, instead, on his failed policies. Many believe that national issues—ever present on the voter’s ...

Believe in Something

Colin Kaepernick, a tall, lean, biracial athlete, is the most polarizing symbol of racial injustice in American sports today. Scorned by some, but appreciated by many, Kaepernick is being called “the Muhammad Ali of his generation.” 

Ali, you may remember, is considered an American hero, not only for his tremendous achievements in the world of boxing and his status as a World ...

I Never Met a Musical Like Meta-Musical ‘Urinetown’

On the face of it, the conceit behind award-winning stage musical “Urinetown” seems absurd: Citizens are required to pay for the privilege of relieving themselves at public urinals.

To baby boomers, charging people to use public restrooms is neither absurd nor unthinkable. True, there were no coin-operated urinals when we were young, but there were stalls that required a dime to be ...

There Are Two Kinds of People

Almost every behavior can be sub-divided into being enacted by two kinds of people. Do I really believe that? Let’s put it this way. I have space on this page to fill every week. That requirement—self-mandated though it is—gets you to thinking about all sorts of unusual things. This is one of them.

If I don’t believe my “Two Kinds of People” conceit as ...

Do or Diet

Most people I know gain weight over the winter. Just like polar bears, they eat for warmth and hide their weight under a layer of fur or, in this case, velour tracksuits. But I’m different (so what else is new?). I tend to gain all my weight during the summer when we travel, and go to lots of barbecues and picnics, and drink ginormous, high-calorie slushy drinks to cool off.

By the time ...

Making the Breast of a Bad Situation

The day started like any other. I showered, got dressed, walked the dog, and then headed over to the local coffee shop to get a beverage.

But as I waited on line to give my order, Satan suddenly stabbed me in the back. Or rather, the boob. I had bent over to retrieve something I dropped on the floor, when one of the underwires suddenly burst out the material like a ninja warrior, spearing me ...

Former Pediatric Patients to Lead Maria Fareri Go the Distance Walk

September 12, 2018

 

Former Pediatric Patients to Lead Maria Fareri Go the Distance Walk and Family Fun Day, September 16

Hundreds of Former Patients, Families and Hospital Staff Gather for
Annual Reunions

VALHALLA, N.Y. (September 12, 2018) – Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital, a member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth) and the children’s hospital ...