This is an article that I have been thinking about writing for some time now. I am sure that I am not the first to touch on this subject and I hope that I am not the last.
When a family faces a child with a serious medical diagnosis, life turns upside down. Besides the physical challenges,
I was first introduced to the expression “Tiger Stripes” while scrolling through Instagram. An individual whom I follow who preaches body positivity was discussing “rocking her tiger stripes” as a milestone and marker of motherhood. Tiger Stripes, as I soon
Surgery has seen a dramatic technological advancement over the last decade. In some fields of medicine this happens slowly and in others the pace is breakneck. In hand surgery the old dogma of not using lidocaine with epinephrine in the hands for fear of ischemia has gone by the wayside, opening up a whole new frontier of treatment options.
(Courtesy of HRH) At Hudson Regional Hospital, we are proud to have a world class orthopedic surgery department. Our surgeons in this department are skilled and experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of all musculoskeletal disorders. Patients complaining of issues with their hands, feet, shoulders, ankles or spine work
Flour. Water. Eighteen minutes. There are six foods on display on our Seder table and each food has a symbolic meaning. We are instructed to think about the bitterness of the marror. Not once, but twice. On Pesach, we are forced into mindful eating practices, and this opportunity, built into the Haggadah, is the secret to avoiding
(Courtesy of Project S.A.R.A.H.) Do you feel lonely, isolated, trapped, like you are “walking on eggshells” around your spouse/partner? Are you losing your self-esteem? These are the questions facing the women in the Project S.A.R.A.H. women’s group.
This group is for women in
Caring Organizer is a new, free, easy to use, online resource tool for organizing meals and providing support when someone is sick or has lost a loved one. Elisa Udaskin, CEO and Founder, shares her tips on why we hesitate to reach out when someone dies and what we can do to overcome it.
(Courtesy of Project YES) Hundreds of parents attended a series of parenting workshops with Rabbi Yakov Horowitz last week in Israel, in the Anglo communities of Modiin, Ramat Beit Shemesh and Efrat.
The events, which included a crowd of 300 people in Ramat Beit Shemesh,
In 1979, a small group of Jews, honest about the concerns they faced with addiction, founded and fostered the growth of a self-help organization. They wanted to create a safe space where they could feel whole in recovery. These addicts and alcoholics in recovery had been attending meetings of AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) and NA
Did you know that everyone carries at least one or two mutations that could cause severe genetic disorders? But don’t worry, that doesn’t mean we are unhealthy, it simply means we should be more aware of our genetic history. As humans, we receive genes from our parents which determine future characteristics such as
(Courtesy of Hudson Regional Hospital) More than 3.5 million Americans live with an autism spectrum disorder, but autism itself remains widely misunderstood. As a result, people with an autism spectrum disorder face a significant amount of stigma, which can present additional challenges for themselves and their families.
(Courtesy of HRH) Paired with National Nutrition Month and first hints of spring, this month is the perfect time to get active. If you have had a relatively inactive winter, perhaps you can use this month to fold regular exercising back into your routine. If you have been staying active, then March is the perfect month to