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John Haffey

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John is a graduate of Villanova University with degrees in History, Communications, and Political Science. A lifelong Norwalk resident, he covers an array of topics from real estate and education to sports and entertainment. John has previously worked as a freelance reporter and brings experience in digital media advertising. A surfer, fisherman, and boater, John is prone to drop everything if the fish begin to bite or the waves are on.

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  1. Yonkers Woman's Search For Kidney Touches Lives In Unexpected Ways

    Yonkers Woman's Search For Kidney Touches Lives In Unexpected Ways

    For Janet Roma, 52, her longstanding battle with diabetes had deteriorated her kidneys to the point that they could suddenly fail at any time. In order to regain her life and health, the Yonkers resident elected to seek out a kidney donor in hopes of finding a match. What would ultimately unfold was a story across three states affecting the lives of six strangers, who would help give ...

  2. When Do We Peak? WMC Explores When We're At Top Physical Fitness

    When Do We Peak? WMC Explores When We're At Top Physical Fitness

    There's no denying we all age, but exactly when are we in peak physical fitness? According to Dr. William Frishman, director of Medicine at Westchester Medical Center, flagship of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth), being young has a host of benefits.The simple answer, said Dr. Frishman, is that our bodies peak in our 20s and 30s. The more nuanced response, ...

  3. WMC Explains How To Treat -- And Avoid -- Head Lice

    WMC Explains How To Treat -- And Avoid -- Head Lice

    According to Dr. Maria Lombardi, pediatrician at Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital, a member of Westchester Medical Center Health Network, lice are highly contagious, and are spread from person to person (mostly children) via the direct contact of hair accessories, hats, pillows, bedding, and of course, heads.To help prevent your child from contracting lice, encourage him or her to avoid ...

  4. Westchester Medical Center Explains How Avoid 'Tricks' This Halloween

    Westchester Medical Center Explains How Avoid 'Tricks' This Halloween

    Each year, 4,400 trick-or-treaters across the country are taken to a hospital. Dr. Mark Papish, associate medical director of Emergency Medicine at MidHudson Regional Hospital, a member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth), shared strategies to minimize risk. First, remember that one-third of Halloween injuries involve lacerations from pumpkin-carving. “Using a ...

  5. Healing Hips: NWH Helps Area Therapist With Treatment Of His Own

    Healing Hips: NWH Helps Area Therapist With Treatment Of His Own

    Having been a physical therapist in Mount Kisco for over 30 years, Jim Watts has seen countless patients use Northern Westchester Hospital to treat everything, from breaks and strains to ailments requiring complex surgical procedures. That's why when a nagging hip pain began to seriously impact his quality of life, he turned to the neighborhood hospital to help him regain his ...

  6. NWH Dinner Symposium Addresses America's Growing Weight Problem

    NWH Dinner Symposium Addresses America's Growing Weight Problem

    Across all ages, genders and ethnicities, the nationwide obesity rate continues to rise. According to recent studies, 40 percent of American women are obese, while 35 percent of males fall into the same category. While losing weight and staying healthy to prevent weight-related illnesses require the efforts of a dedicated patient, healthcare professionals also play an important role in ...

  7. WMC Explains How To Maximize Your Visit To The Pharmacy Aisle

    WMC Explains How To Maximize Your Visit To The Pharmacy Aisle

    From aspirin to allergy medicine, navigating the aisles of a drugstore can seem like a complicated task. However, with a little forehand knowledge and some basic symptoms, finding the right solution for an illness doesn't always require a trip to a doctor.In drugstore aisles, over-the-counter medications are organized by symptoms. To find the right match, think about cause. “When you ...

  8. Help Keep Senior Citizens Stable With Fall Prevention Tips

    Help Keep Senior Citizens Stable With Fall Prevention Tips

    While slips and falls are rare occurrences and don't often result in serious injuries for most of the population, for the elderly, losing one's footing and falling to the ground can have very dangerous side effects and severely impact overall health.The bad news: one in three falls among adults 65 and over leads to a traumatic injury, such as a hip fracture. The good news: you have more ...

  9. WMC Doctors And Staff To Hit The Road At 2018 TCS New York City Marathon

    WMC Doctors And Staff To Hit The Road At 2018 TCS New York City Marathon

    While providing premier care across the mid-Hudson Valley is all in a day's work for the doctors and staff that make up Westchester Medical Center Health Network, 12 individuals are also lacing up their sneakers and hitting the course at the 2018 TCS New York City Marathon to prove the network's commitment to health goes far beyond any office or operating room.Ranging in roles from ...

  10. Fall Into Shape At WMC's Autumn Fitness Events

    Fall Into Shape At WMC's Autumn Fitness Events

    Looking to get fit and support a cause this fall? Fortunately for Hudson Valley residents, Westchester Medical Center is offering a variety of fun fitness events that are as good for the community as they are for you.For friends, family and those looking to stroll in support of local children's care, the 2018 Go The Distance Walk offers the opportunity to support the work done by Maria ...

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