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The growing need for navigation in cancer

When my father was diagnosed with cancer he couldn’t remember the name of the doctor who gave him the diagnosis. All he could recall was that he had an inoperable plum-shaped tumor wrapped around his aorta. Fearing the worst, it is nearly impossible to retain the details a doctor or caregiver shares.

Working to combat the opioid crisis: a local solution to a national...

The effects of the opioid crisis have been felt across the nation – from small towns to bustling cities. In 2017 there were upwards of 70,000 drug overdose deaths, the highest number for any single year in U.S. history.

Urgent care centers and virtual visits help avoid unnecessary trips to...

According to the CDC, visits to hospital emergency rooms in the U.S. reached about 137 million in 2015. Nationwide, 9% of patients who visit emergency rooms are admitted to the hospital, which suggests that many patients seek care for maladies that can be treated elsewhere.

Tips to help make walking more fun and effective

With the days getting warmer and longer, people can finally put on their shoes and experience the many health benefits of walking – which may be one of the simplest and best ways to exercise.

Proposed NY nurse staffing legislation may have unintended consequences

There has been a good deal of publicity on the part of the New York State Nurses Association in support of proposed legislation to mandate nurse staffing in New York.

May 6: IT Companies

A list of IT Companies was published in the Monday, May 6, 2019, issues of the Fairfield and Westchester County Business Journals. The list...

VNSW Foundation to honor advocates for seniors

Yhe VNSW Foundation will hold its 21st annual Spring Benefit Gala on May 15, 5:30 p.m., at Willow Ridge Country Club in Harrison honoring three key organization partners who work with VNSW to provide care and support for seniors. 

Elisabeth Haub School of Law to host affordable housing summit

The keynote address will be given by Westchester County Executive George Latimer and Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro.

Ability Beyond honors supporters

Ability Beyond toasted the contributions of the individuals who lend their time and talents to improve the lives of people with disabilities at its annual...

PCSB donates $2,500 to Support Connection

The PCSB Community Foundation recently donated $2,500 to Support Connection, a nonprofit organization based in Yorktown Heights that provides emotional, social and educational support to women,...

April 8: Law Firms

A list of Law Firms was published in the Monday, April 8, 2019, issues of the Fairfield and Westchester County Business Journals. The list contains firms located within...

Sharks visit the Bruce Museum in Greenwich

Opening on April 20 at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich is a new exhibition, "Sharks!," which will pose this question: How much of what is commonly “known” about sharks is fact and how much is fiction?

Lions and STEM Alliance team up with Sedona Taphouse to support...

 The Larchmont-Mamaroneck Lions and the STEM Alliance of Larchmont-Mamaroneck are teaming up with Mamaroneck’s Sedona Taphouse to support the Co-Op Summer Enrichment program, the area’s only summer camp for low-income kids, operating for more than 40 years. 

United Way 2019 gala breaks records

United Way of Westchester and Putnam’s Wine and Wonder Gala raised the largest amount of money in the history of the organization, drawing 350 people and raising more than $510,000.

Westfair Communications to host Outstanding Women in Business event

Join Westfair Communications as it hosts Outstanding Women in Business on April 4 with Marria Pooya, managing partner of the Greenwich Med Spa; Avideh Safaei, executive director of J.P. Morgan Securities; and Hannie Sio-Stellakis, public relations manager at Neiman Marcus Westchester.