Orange County Land Trust has conserved 57.5 acres of vital buffer lands adjacent to the Doris Duke Wildlife Sanctuary section of Sterling Forest State Park in Greenwood Lake. The agreement was finalized with Orange County Land Trust and landowners Adam J. and Tinie Filipowski of Greenwood Lake, who first contacted the Land Trust about conserving their land.
Articles from: October 2017
Last January, Hospice of Orange and Sullivan Counties and American Legion Post 1796 of New Windsor, came together to bestow an Honor Salute for Anthony Venezia, of New Windsor, a WWII Army Veteran. The Honor Salute came together under hospice social worker Donna Deming, who was part of Mr. Venezia’s care team.
This October marks the 25th annual celebration of National Physical Therapy Month (NPTM). In the past, NPTM has been used to recognize outstanding physical therapists and celebrate the practice of physical therapy. Continuing on its mission to highlight the American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) public awareness campaign, #ChoosePT, NPTM looks to educate the public on the risks of opioid use and propose physical therapy as an alternative for combating chronic pain.
Dr. Paul Lentini has been practicing chiropractic care in Rockland for over 20 years. His first experience with chiropractic care was for a baseball injury to his lower back. The first adjustment he received was from his brother who also is a chiropractor due to this injury.
Exhibitors from around the world are expected to participate in New York City’s next NewLife Expo, which returns to the newly renovated Hotel New Yorker (34th and 8th Avenues) October 27 through 29. They will be on hand with cutting-edge information, products and services designed to feed the mind, body and spirit, says expo founder and producer Mark Becker.
Sauerkraut – the probiotic food that is making news – is now a true gourmet side dish, with 17 fantastic flavors, ready to accompany any meal as ‘instant probiotic salads’. Superkrauts, based in New Paltz, uses only glass for their fermentation vessels. Their products are handcrafted in small batches, using 100% organic ingredients and salts of the highest quality. They are unpasteurized and free of vinegars or preservatives, to keep their wonderful probiotics alive. When refrigerated, they keep for one year.
We live a healthy life and you CANTU with CHIROPRACTIC.
Dr. Marie Gregory Cantu is dedicated to helping you attain the healthy life you deserve. Chiropractic care does much more than just relieve the pain that is interfering in your life— it can help you live a healthier life.
It’s amazing what travel can do for one’s spirit, mindset and mood. A vacation can be an exhilarating and rejuvenating experience. Yet as enticing as a break from our schedule is, it can also interfere with our bodies’ routine functioning. Issues like bloating, reflux, diarrhea and constipation are common for travelers, and can put a damper on what is meant to be a fun-filled trip. However, with some attention to detail and a few adjustments, digestive distress can be lessened and even avoided so that we can enjoy our experience to the fullest.
It was the early 70’s and Dr. John Upledger, D.O., O.M.M., was assisting on an operation on one of his patients. The operation was in order to remove a dime sized calcium plaque from the neck on the dura mater, the outer layer of the spinal canal membrane system. As he was trying to hold this dura mater steady for the surgeon to scrape the plaque, Upledger noticed that the dura was moving slowly and rhythmically toward and away from him and no matter how he tried, he couldn’t get it to stop. This greatly roused his curiosity. He realized that he was witnessing a strange phenomenon as this rhythmically moving membrane was not in synch with the patient’s breathing or his heart beat, but seemed to be another bodily rhythm. This consistent and continuous pulse was new to all who were partaking in that surgery.
Blue Rock School invites four-and five year- olds and their parents to a free event being held from 10 a.m. to noon on October 21.